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Rutherford County TN: Police arrest Mohamad Nasoah Al-Dahan and Khaled Mahfouz in connection to soccer shooting

In Uncategorized on August 28, 2015 at 2:11 PM

Rutherford County TN: Police arrest Mohamad Nasoah Al-Dahan and Khaled Mahfouz in connection to soccer shooting

08/28/15
1402 pm

As reported earlier, Rutherford County Police have arrested 2 MTSU students of Middle Eastern descent in connection to shots fired from a pellet gun during a girls soccer game at Riverdale High School. 

The reported original text from Odom via a source close to the incident informed me via a message from memory,
 ” 3 middle eastern men were shooting with pellet gun into soccer field.  So officer followed, most in custody.” (The original text has not been recovered. A simple FOI request may confirm or deny the existence of this text and it’s full content.)

So in usual BCN fashion more info needed to be gathered to complete the report. With the vagueness of the first reports, I assumed there had to be more to the story and for some reason the MSM did not initially report the perpetrators were of Middle Eastern descent. 

As quoted from WSMV, Kara Apel reports,

“School Resource Officer James Coots heard the pellet gun go off and turned to see the gun sticking out of the passenger side window of a Toyota, according to the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.”

“The driver sped off, and Coots pursued the car until he and other deputies were eventually able to stop the vehicle. During a search of the car, Coots said he found a pellet gun lying on the floorboard.”

“Mohamed Nasoah Al-Dahan and Khaled Mahfouz, both 21, are charged with felony reckless endangerment with a weapon. They are being held on a $25,000 bond.” 

“Rutherford County Schools officials said no one was injured and all students are safe.”

“We take our responsibility seriously of protecting students both during classes and at after-school events,” said Sheriff Robert Arnold in a news release.. “SRO Coots, other responding deputies and the detectives did an outstanding job in quickly apprehending the suspects and charging the suspects. We are happy no one was injured during this unfortunate incident.”

BCN Note: No need to sugar coat this any longer. This was a terroristic attack by 2 maybe 3 men of Middle Eastern descent. The verdict on whether they were Islamic has yet to be confirmed, my guess and it’s only a guess, it will more than likely be confirmed.

Meanwhile, I’ll keep reporting and you keep reading.

Disclaimer: As usual these articles are my opinions based on fact and should be read as nothing more than that. 

I am not afraid to report that which others will not. Instead of getting fired up at me for reporting the truth, turn your anger to those firing shots at little girls while they play soccer. That would be a great way to express your self.

And if you have never fired a pellet gun as those shown, the pellets are very near the size of a .22 gauge bullet and can kill on contact. So, this was not a benign little toy they were shooting. I kill small annoying animals with these projectiles at 50 feet frequently and they don’t run off after being shot.

 Don’t lessen the threat. 

They should have been charged with attempted murder.

Source of info and use of quotes. Thanks to Kara Apel for her report. Please subscribe to their site for more great information.

http://www.wsmv.com/story/29901007/police-investigating-incident-at-riverdale-hs-soccer-game

Rutherford County TN: Alleged “3 Middle Eastern males shoot up soccer match at Riverdale High School with pellet gun!”

In Uncategorized on August 28, 2015 at 10:36 AM

Rutherford County TN: Alleged “3 Middle Eastern males shoot up soccer match at Riverdale High School with pellet gun!”

08/28/15
1035 am

According to Emails passed down from the Director of Schools Don Odom to James Evans and eventually out to school board members, said 3 middle Eastern men in their 20s were shooting onto the soccer field last night at a soccer game at Riverdale High School with a pellet gun.”

To many bystanders this was a frightening event and left many to wonder if this was not a dry run for a loftier Jihadesqye attack.

Multiple conversations with the Rutherford County Sherrifs department has turned up no leads as to the shooters names and identities. The only info we have at the present is that 2 Middle Eastern men seem to have been apprehended and perhaps arrested.

We have recently seen Islamic Terrorists in Chattanooga shoot and   kill 4 Marines and a Sailor. Could this be another Jihadi type event or perhaps “practice” for a larger event.

According to sources, school board members received this info immediately after the alleged “pellet gun” shooters were apprehended while Riverdale High school was playing soccer.

MurfreesboroSchools spokesperson James Evans sent out another text to prevent any panic or dispel any heresay or rumor. 

“During the game, there was an incident involving a passing car and a pellet gun. Law enforcement with the sheriff’s office SRO division responded immediately and the suspects have been taken into custody. No one was injured and all students are safe. The sheriff’s office is handling the investigation and will address other questions once the investigation is complete.”

This is quite different from the initial text he had received and sent out from Director Don Odom.

Reportedly no one was hurt but 2 of the 3 suspects were apprehended and presumably arrested and brought to the Rutherford County Jail. One presumably escaped.

No names are being released at the time of this report although many attempts were made and many messages left to many members of the school board and Sherrifs office.

All calls to the Rutherford County Jail were diverted to Lisa Marshashoni, the information officer for the Rutherford County Sherrif Department. I have yet to receive a call from her but I was told that she would call me.

Very little info has been reported and attempting to get info on the two arrested has been a futile attempt as officers on the phone are diverting my calls and are reluctant to give info.

I will continue to attempt getting info from our sources and as always we will report on the news that doesn’t always make it to the front pages.

My immediate failed attempts to know the identity of the shooters leads me to believe that I am not getting all the info I desire and much more is perhaps being hidden.

Source of info:

http://wgnsradio.com/pellet-gun-in-passing-car-at-riverdale-soccer-game-cms-28228

Chattanooga woman loses job and banned from property for anti-Islamic statements

In Uncategorized on August 20, 2015 at 8:10 AM

Chattanooga woman loses job and banned from property for anti-Islamic statements

8/20/15
0800 am

Heidi Grubbs, a Chattanooga Tennessee resident recently lost her job at the Northgate Belk Department store allegedly for comments critical of Islam.

Mrs Grubbs was overheard talking to a friend inside the store about the recent terrorist attack and murder of 5 soldiers by Muhammed Abdullahzeez. 

“I made a comment specifically towards the terrorist Mohammad (Abdullahzeez) and his family by stating that he was a piece of sh** scum and his family was too for killing our men. And then I was fired because I refused to apologize for it,” Grubbs said recently in a comment to WDEF News.

Additionally she was banned from all properties of CBL.

“Two officers in the loss prevention office told me I was to be banned from all properties of CBL because of a sign that I have on my car.”

One of the signs said “she was not afraid of the Muslim Brotherhood in Chattanooga!” This sign and reportedly 4 others were deemed as an anti-Islamic messages by CBL and Belk Department stores.

She went on to say, “The original sign on my car states that I will sh** on your Koran; I’ll spit in the face of your Mohammad; and that Islam is a lie.”

In a previous interview with Examiner.com Writer Joe Newby, Grubbs said “What happened to our soldiers is more offensive than anything she might have written on paper”

CBL and Belk made a statement that she was fired for Code of Conduct violations.  

“It’s more to do with the vulgar language that was used. It’s not anything to do with her personal beliefs,” said CBL Marketing Director Catherine Wells. 

This contradicts statements made by staff when she was fired and banned. It seems obvious that her comments regarding her view of events and her opinion of a  religion or political ideology, based of her beliefs is perhaps the real issue. 

“As a whole, we should unite to protect our freedoms in America, our constitution and rights of speech. And that’s what I’m doing,” Grubbs said.

News Channel 12 stated they contacted the ACLU office in Nashville to see if rules that govern private property supersede freedom of speech and expression. 

The reason they called the ACLU with the question above is unknown.  Some  have shared that this action could fuel the situation and provide bias against Grubbs based on the ACLUs previous known opinions defending Islam.

Regardless, Tennessee ACLU Executive Director, Hedy Weinburg issued this statement:

“Numerous Muslim individuals and groups across Tennessee have spoken out against the horrific tragedy in Chattanooga, soundly rejecting the shooter’s actions.”

“They have stood side by side with people from many religious backgrounds at memorial vigils and raised funds for the families of the victims.” 

“So villainizing an entire group within our diverse community because of the actions of one person is unfair at best.”

“However, everyone is entitled to his or her opinion and the First Amendment protects people’s free speech from censorship by the government.” 

“That being said, private employers can regulate speech in their place of business.”

Heidi Grubbs has stated she intends to seek legal counsel regarding this
freedom of speech issue.

Based on the ACLUs statement you can easily see this is more than a Code of Conduct issue.

If you choose, you can contact Belk at Northgate mall at 423-875-2734 

Or

Corporate Office
CBL & Associates Properties, Inc.
CBL Center, Suite 500
2030 Hamilton Place Boulevard
Chattanooga, TN 37421-6000
423.855.0001
800.333.7310
info@cblproperties.com 

Sources of information: 

Thanks to WDEF 12 for covering this story and providing some of the comments above from those involved.

http://www.examiner.com/article/tennessee-woman-says-she-was-fired-banned-from-mall-for-criticism-of-islam

http://www.wdef.com/news/story/Woman-banned-from-Northgate-Mall-I-will-Sh-on/GFo0r8pYmUuHkijxnhCYqQ.cspx

The ACLU response:
http://www.wdef.com/news/story/ACLU-responds-to-story-about-woman-banned-from/ofgh8Yrjok-WnD9KqXDrKw.cspx

http://buzzfeedi.com/tennessee-woman-says-she-was-fired-banned-from-mall-for-grievance-of-islam/

Disclaimer: All viewpoints in this as in all my articles are my opinion based on my observation of the facts. They are not intended to offend but to inform. 

I don’t condone any violence or retaliation against any subjects mentioned in any of my opinion pieces. My intent is to inform and solely that.

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