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Ft. Lauderdale shooter used alias
‘Aashik Hammad’ and recorded
Islamic music in social media

American Thinker, by Thomas Lifson

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Posted By:Tianne, 1/8/2017 6:51:25 PM

The media and law enforcement have told us over and over that Esteban Santiago is merely a madman, so the Fort Lauderdale horror is more like a Columbine, not a Brussels Airport mass slaughter. But thanks to detective work that should be the sort of review the FBI would undertake if somebody came in and spoke about voices in his head and ISIS, we know that Santiago showed every sign of converting to Islam long before his deployment to Iraq. Pamela Geller cites a Got News report and gets right to the point: Estaban Sanitago’s aka Aashiq Hammad journey to

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: earlybird, 1/8/2017 6:54:18 PM     (No. 11100380)

I don’t think he’s a madman. I think he is an insecure little loser who took up with something he thought would make him feel like a superhero.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Jawone, 1/8/2017 7:24:37 PM     (No. 11100402)

If we had an honest media, they would be screaming about Barack Hussein Obama´s ridiculous "rules of engagement" that have been inflicted on law enforcement with respect to Muslims.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: harper, 1/8/2017 7:53:10 PM     (No. 11100426)

0bamason

would have never got into the military before it was 0bamanized
would have got kicked out of the military at first sign of obamason-like activity
would have been treated like a criminal before the justice system was 0bamanized

Needs some Zimmerman justice

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Reply 4 - Posted by: strike3, 1/8/2017 8:05:10 PM     (No. 11100436)

Can we call it islamic terrorism now?

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Reply 5 - Posted by: thatsomewhereplace, 1/8/2017 10:37:42 PM     (No. 11100530)

Here´s my conspiracy theory.
I think Santiago had someone plant the ammo in the bathroom of the airport. He went in there, found it, loaded up and walked out killing. He allegedly had a one-way ticket. One bag containing a gun. Is TSA able to check for hidden ammo? As I said, this is MY conspiracy theory. Taking down people one or more at a time is the plan. Kill the little muslim(e).

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Reply 6 - Posted by: suejeanne, 1/8/2017 11:59:58 PM     (No. 11100582)

How about this for a conspiracy theory:

whoever is the controller incorporated a huge black eye against the FBI, blaming the FBI, particularly discrediting James Comey and the dedication of FBI agents who DO their jobs with integrity and diligence - and demanding the resignation of Director Comey so that if something else is percolating about Hillary, et al, it will be obscured, down the rabbit hole.

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