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Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome
In the Itzcoatl Ocampo trial, you will see a thousand headlines saying "Marine Accused" of killing homeless men for every one that says "Mexican Accused". Gustavo Arellano's column doesn't so much raise the issue as report that it has been raised—by evil nativists.
Here's a headline that may be puzzling to some people:
Belgium: Terrorism ruled out as motive for Liege rampage, The Scotsman, Thursday 15 December 2011 00:05
The non-terrorist attacked a crowd of white Belgians with grenades and automatic weapons,"which left more than 100 injured and five dead including the killer, " so you may wonder why it's not terrorism. The answer is this:
Eduardo Sencion, the man who "opened fire on a table of uniformed National Guard members at an Nevada IHOP restaurant killing five people, including himself, and wounding seven others," has been confirmed as a Mexican immigrant. Stories mention that he was born in Mexico, but had a US Passport.
Jersey is a small island in the English Channel, after which New Jersey is named.
There’s been a multiple killing, which reports say may be what we call “familicide” (in which an immigrant kills his or her entire family) in the small town of St. Helier. The BBC reports:
4 August 2011 Last updated at 16:16 ET
Six people, including two children, have been killed after a stabbing incident in Jersey, police have said.
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The July 22, 2011 mass shooting in Norway—committed, for once, by a Norwegian—led, predictably, to a witch hunt against conservatives, nationalists, and people who are skeptical about immigration. John W. Miller (not notorious immigration enthusiast John J.
Immigrant Mass Murder? Black Serial Killer? Or Just An African Immigrant "In Search Of Riches For His Impoverished Parents" ?
Amazing that the word "Immigrant" is used in this headline--well done, Akron Beacon-Journal!
Detectives say man suspected in four homicides confessed to February slaying of Akron woman
Published on Friday, Apr 08, 2011