Monday, April 2, 2012

Hate Crime, Not Likely

I'm not the only one suspicious of another Muslim perpetrated, fake hate crime. Hate Crime, Likely.


April 2, 2012

Hate Crime, Not Likely

Gadi Adelman

Shaima Alawadi, 32, a mother of 5 was found unconscious by her 17 year old daughter, in the dining room of the family’s home in El Cajon, CA about 11:15 a.m. March 21. Alawadi was taken off life support about 3 p.m. March 24. She died shortly thereafter.

The daughter who found her told KUSI Channel 9/51 her mother had been beaten in the head with a tire iron and a note near her mother stated,

“Go back to your own country, you’re a terrorist".

The family also told police they had received a similar threatening note several days earlier but considered it a prank by teenagers.

Let me state here that this is a brutal murder and regardless of what the investigation reveals, a 32-year-old mother of 5 was cruelly taken from her family.

The death of Shaima Alawadi comes on the heels of the Trayvon Martin shooting and people throughout the country are taking sides over whether Trayvon was a victim of racism. Add to that the note left by Shaima’s body and it’s no wonder that people right away start yelling “hate crime”.

On March 26, Jim Redman, the Chief of the El Cajon Police Department, held a 15 minute news conference that lead to more questions than answers. His statement was less than two minutes long, the 14 remaining minutes was a question/answer session with the press. In the first minute of the conference Chief Redman explained the note,

“Based on the contents of this note we are not ruling out the possibility this may be a hate crime.”

He stated the note “was threatening in nature” but continued with,

“I want to stress there is other evidence in this case that we are looking at and the possibility of a hate crime is just one of the aspects of this investigation.”

Redman then stated it was “isolated”,

“Based on the evidence thus far, we believe this is an isolated incident.”

First red flag, how can this be an isolated incident if it was hate crime? Would the Chief make such a statement if he had evidence there were a person or persons running around murdering Muslims?

Article continues HERE.