Driving with a dead man on your roof for miles?
We have seen an unusually high number of suspicious incidents involving Muslim drivers over the last few years.
Hassan Daly, a 52-year-old described as a "devout Muslim," plowed his cab into a crowd on a sidewalk in San Diego, injuring over 24 people. Mohammed Reza Taheri-Azar explicitly grounded his hit-and-run in the teachings of the Koran. Munir Muthana told the police who arrested him that "the Muslims will fix this country." Omeed Aziz Popal, we were told, was suffering from stress from an arranged marriage. Ismail Yassin Mohamed, we were informed, was mentally ill, suffered from depression, and hadn't being taking his medication. And Muhammad Teshale, according to "law enforcement officials," "did it to be famous."
Spencer queried here, "Coincidence or jihad? Certainly there are a lot of hit-and-run and incidents involving people hit by cars that have nothing to do with Muslims, but in the cases listed here there is a degree of intentionality in these that we do not usually see."
U.S. Kansas Motorist Drives for Three Miles with Dead Man on Roof of Van FOX (hat tip Carl)
WICHITA – After fatally striking a lawn mowing contractor, the driver of a van continued on for another three miles (4.8km) with the body on the roof of his vehicle in Wichita, Kansas on Friday -- sparking 911 calls from people who saw the disturbing sight.
The victim, an unnamed 32-year-old man, was working with a weed-eater near a street outside a Hawker Beechcraft plant when he was struck about 7:15am, The Wichita Eagle reported citing local police capital Hassan Ramzah.
The force of the impact threw the victim onto the windshield and then the roof of the van -- a Toyota Sienna XLE with a luggage rack on top -- but the motorist, a 67-year-old man, did not stop.
Witnesses who saw the van called 911, and one followed it to a house in an upscale development.
KAKE-TV reported the driver -- named as Mohamed Sarrafizadeh -- was booked into jail Friday evening on a charge of leaving the scene of a fatal accident, but was later released after paying a bond.