Confessed domestic terrorist Floyd Lee Corkins
A confessed domestic terrorist sits in prison after using information obtained from the Southern Poverty Law Center to target workers at a Christian organization in Washington, a case that drew little attention from the Obama administration.
A “gay”-rights advocate, he attacked Christians identified by SPLC as members of a “hate” organization for their opposition to homosexual behavior.
Now, an alleged Muslim terrorist has described his brutal killing of a New Jersey teen “for being American” as a “just kill,” and a radio talk-show host says he’s not going to let it slide this time.
“It was, in fact, an act of jihad, perpetrated by a fellow American who sympathized more with those who want to annihilate us than with his own country and its people,” said radio host Todd Pettengill of “The Todd Show” on WPLJ in New York City.
Murdered teen, Brendan Tevlin
He discussed for eight minutes on air the death of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin, recounting the declaration by the suspect, Ali Muhammad Brown, 29, that the June 25 attack was a “just kill.”
“Domestic terrorism, no matter what the president says, is already here,” he warns.
CBS News reported prosecutors allege Brown was on a “bloody crusade,” executing four innocent men to punish the U.S. government for its “foreign policies.”
Brown used “the same murder weapon, over the course of approximately two months, and all under the common and single scheme of exacting ‘vengeance’ against the United States government,” prosecutors in King County, Washington, said in court documents, CBS reported.
Ali Muhammad Brown
Both of the underreported cases center on politically correct issues. Corkins worked at a “gay” community center and targeted Christians, while Brown allegedly went after Americans because U.S. forces have fought in Muslim nations.
Pettengill said Americans should be outraged.
“What I’m suggesting should happen is that this should be talked about and written about, and the American people should know,” he said in a NJ.com report.
“Why is Eric Holder not visiting the Tevlin family?” he asked.
He said the homicide victim was “killed for being an American.”
“Authorities should have let people know there was a terrorist on the loose,” he said. “Domestic terrorism already is here, and we need to talk about it.”
Written by BOB UNRUH
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