Sunday, August 05, 2012
White Male in His 40's Shoots and Kills 6 at Sikh Temple In Oak Creek Wis 'Cause They Looked Like Muslims', Extreme Right Wing Nuts Strike Again.
White Male in His 40's Shoots and Kills 6 at Sikh Temple In Oak Creek Wis 'Cause They Looked Like Muslims', Extreme Right Wing Nuts Strike Again. Anti-Muslim haters Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller have for years posted photos of the Muslim Prophet Mohammad with a bomb in his Turban, see above right, it appears a right wing fanatic of the lunatic fringe has murdered 6 more Sikhs, see photo above left, because they looked like Muslims.
See Robert Spencer’s Jihad Watch post on “Turban bombers” http://www.jihadwatch.org/2011/08/afghanistan-third-taliban-suicide-bomber-opts-for-turban-bomb.html Comments: Aisha2 August 21, 2011 7:34 AM What do you expect from Neanderthal pre-humans? More ape-like than human!
Sikhs usually wear a Turban as depicted above and in photo below, now they are murdered in the USA by anti-Muslim extremists, much like the people who Write and Comment on Robert Sepencer’s Jihad Watch!
UPDATE: “He did not speak, he just began shooting,” said Harpreet Singh, relaying a description of the attack from the wife of his uncle, temple president Satwant Singh Kaleka. Singh said Satpal Kaleka told him she was in the front room when the shooter walked in. She said the 6-foot-tall bald white man — who worshippers said they had never before seen at the temple — seemed like he had a purpose and knew where he was going. Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards said police expected to release more information Monday. He said the FBI will lead the investigation because the shootings are being treated as domestic terrorism, or an attack that originated inside the U.S.
USA TODAY Sunday August 5th, 2012. Police and fire departments responded Sunday to a shooting at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wis., south of Milwaukee, where at least seven people, including the gunman, were killed, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and other news organizations.
Seven people have died in the shooting incident at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wis., Greenfield, Wis., Police Chief Bradley Wentlandt tells reporters. One of those was the shooter, he said. Wendtland said that in light of the chaos of the incident, he is acting as public information officer for the Oak Creek police department.
Four of the deceased are inside the temple and three deceased outside, including the shooter, he said. About 10:25 a.m., Oak Creek police received multiple calls about the shooting. When the police officer who was shot, a 20-year law enforcement veteran, arrived at the scene, he and the shooter exchanged multiple rounds and the officer was shot multiple times. Wentlandt said. The officer is in surgery and his condition is not known. The shooter is "down at the scene and is presumed deceased, Wentlandt said.
SAME THING HAPPENED LAST YEAR IN Elk Grove, Calif., see LA Times article below.
LA TIMES April 15th, 2011 UNSOLVED MURDER, Second Sikh shooting victim in Sacramento suburb has died: The second of two Sikh men gunned down on their afternoon walk in Elk Grove, Calif., last month has died, members of the Sacramento-area Sikh community said Friday. Gurmej Atwal, 78, died about 2 p.m. Friday, said Darshan Mundy, a spokesman for the Sacramento Sikh Temple.
“It’s so sad, so sad,” said Mundy, who helped organize an American Sikh Day on the steps of the Capitol on Wednesday at the urging of state Sen. Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento). Atwal and Surinder Singh, 65, were strolling near their Elk Grove homes when they were shot, police said. Singh died at the scene. No arrests have been made and no motive has been established. The victims were not robbed and had no enemies, family members say. However, they wore traditional Sikh turbans and thick beards, leading police and community leaders to speculate that the attack was a hate crime (THEY LOOKED LIKE MUSLIMS).
The assault on Singh and Atwal came just months after a Sikh cabdriver was attacked in West Sacramento by two men who yelled anti-Muslim slurs. The suspects in that case have been arrested and charged. In the last six weeks, lawmakers and members of many faiths have spoken loudly against the shooting of Atwal and Singh, and contributed to a reward fund that has reached $50,000.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com