Another Muslim shooting spree, this time in Vegas. In the last week, we have had several Muslims on shooting rampages.Where is the media frenzy? Where is the Newtown-type coverage? Not. a. word.
On Feb. 18 in Orange County, CA, Ali Syed, 20, killed a young woman in his home and then fled the scene. Three more people were fatally shot in the next 25 minutes after carjackings in Tustin and Santa Ana. "There are multiple (crime) scenes throughout Tustin and the surrounding areas," said Tustin Police Lt. Paul Garaven. Police say there were a total of six shooting scenes across the county.
The suspect then began firing at vehicles in the area where Interstate 5 and State Route 55 connect. Three people reported being targeted. When the shooter's vehicle got low on gas, he stole a BMW and killed the driver. The shooter then drove to a Tustin business called Micro Center and carjacked another small truck, killing one person and wounding another.
"There have been other people coming forward saying they were shot at or their cars were shot at," he said, but so far none had reported any serious injury.
This is an incredible, horrible story. Where's the media?
Then on Feb. 21, Ammar Asim Faruq Harris, 26, shot one man and caused the death of two innocent people in a road rage rampage in Las Vegas. Harris? Did he convert in prison?
Las Vegas shooting suspect named: Ammar Asim Faruq Harris, 26 Chicago Tribune, February 23, 2013
Police say the man responsible for the Thursday shooting attack that left three people dead on the Las Vegas Strip is armed, dangerous and still on the loose.
Ammar Harris, 26 -- also known as Ammar Asim Faruq Harris -- was identified by authorities Saturday night as their primary suspect.
Police think he got into an argument with a rapper, Ken Cherry, at a valet stand and later shot Cherry in a roadway attack, which resulted in a collision that killed a taxi driver and his passenger.
Harris has previously been arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of kidnapping, sexual assault, being an ex-felon in possession of a gun and robbery, police said.