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Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome
Not an immigrant mass murder, because no one is actually dead, but part of the same phenomenon:
5 injured in shooting at Hmong celebration in Tulsa, Oklahoma
By AnneClaire Stapleton, CNN
October 13, 2013
(CNN) -- A man walked in and opened fire at a Hmong New Year's celebration in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday night, injuring five people, police said.
Authorities don't know what caused the man to begin shooting inside the Green Country Event Center. He has been arrested.
Two attendees were hit in the upper body, while the other three were struck in the arm and leg, said Tulsa Police Capt. Mike Williams.
They were between the ages of 30 and 60.
"One of the individuals will probably lose his lower leg," Williams said.
A police helicopter that happened to be flying by saw a vehicle leaving the area. When officers tried to stop the car, they saw a passenger changing clothes, then throwing his hoodie and a gun from the car, Williams said.
Police believe the passenger, 19-year-old Ming Mee,
It's getting increasingly difficult to tell from Main Stream&
From: An Anonymous Researcher [Email Him]
The man accused of kidnapping Amanda Berry and two other white girls and holding them prisoner for ten years is a Puerto Rican who lived in a Puerto Rican neighborhood and had a Puerto Rican flag on his porch.
His name is Ariel Castro, although two other Puerto Ricans are also charged.
A California Reader Notes A Delay In Releasing The (Muslim, Immigrant) Name Of The Orange County Carjacker
I mentioned the gun control aspect of Ali Syed's rampage earlier—he was rampaging in a county where it's hard to get a CCW permit—and I'm glad to see it get some mention in the MSM. In a story with the uninformative headline O.C.
If you've been hearing about the Orange County shooting and wondering who did it, it was a 20-year old Musim named Ali Syed:
In 1995 Peter Brimelow wrote in Alien Nation that immigration didn't only mean the immigrant valedictorian, it meant other things.
[W]e might, equally reasonably, expect to see balancing anecdotal coverage like this:
Once upon a time John Morton, head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), stated that ICE's priorities were terrorists, criminal aliens, recently entered illegal aliens, and absconders.
However, in fact, the investigative arm of ICE, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), has decided that immigration and customs law enforcement is beneath it.