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Who is Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa? Wiki, Bio, (Boulder Shooting Suspect) Many More Facts You Need To Know

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa Wiki/ Bio

The accused Boulder mass hitman, Ahmad Alissa, wrote about politics on Facebook, attacked President Donald Trump, and even called Trump “d ***”.

He accused Trump of being elected for racism and praised the inclusiveness of the Democratic Party’s election, although he did not say whether it was a Democrat or another political affiliation in his posts.

Alissa has also criticized Trump’s attitude towards refugees and immigration in the posts has published since the deletion of her Facebook page. According to her Facebook page, Alissa was born in Syria and came to the US with her family at the age of 3.

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa Age

He Is 21 Year Old.

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa Charged, Investigation (Many More Facts You Need To Know)

According to reporter Pete Williams, speaking on MSNBC, the cause of the Boulder attack is still unclear, but officials do not believe it was a terrorist attack, at least so far.

Authorities have stressed that the investigation is still in its early stages, and they have repeatedly stated that the reason for this is not yet clear. At this point there is no indication that Alissa’s religion or politics motivated mass murder.

The suspect’s name was given by the authorities at a press conference on March 23, 2021. Why did this happen? “He asked the District Attorney Michael Dougherty. He said it was unclear and is still under investigation.”

Here’s what you need to know:

Alissa writes on Facebook that she believes Trump won 2016 election due to racism

Alissa has written about many non-political issues on Facebook. For example, wrote that she is a wrestling career and a fan of mixed martial arts.

Some of his posts were about the Muslim religion, others were about Trump.

For example, wrote an article accusing Donald Trump of winning the presidency because of racism.

In 2018, he shared a story of Ronan Farrow having tapes allegedly “using the N-word of Donald Trump” by Salon.com and wrote: “Even if they released the tapes, his base would probably hold a party for him. He could do whatever he wanted and he continues to support him no matter what his base says or does.

In 2018, he wrote about Trump: “He inherited a growing economy and the unemployment rate was low, the economy was in an upward spiral. He won because of racism. ”

Criticizing his refugee stance, he called Trump a “tramp”.

He once posted a Facebook story criticizing Trump’s approach to immigration and wrote “Why refugees and immigrants are good for America”.

He wrote in 2016: “I don’t like to talk about politics or anything serious for that matter, but please vote for my friend Cookie Monster, his running friend Shrek and his foreign minister will be the donkey… if you vote I’ll give you a cookie for him! ”

Alissa’s Facebook page also contained posts containing quotations from the Islamic Prophet Mohammed. In 2018, he wrote on Facebook, “Muslims may not be perfect, but Islam is perfect.” said that the Muslim victims of the mass murder in a Christchurch mosque were victims of “Islamophobia.” In another post, “So Mary wears a headscarf and Jesus does not eat pork, praying on her knees and hands. There are both Muslims, it is obvious.” I think there is a lot that says he has the first women to become our next president. Trump won, only time can tell what will happen except I will remain optimistic. ”

In another post, “God created Adam and Eve, Adam and Steve just said.” She wrote, “Abortion is disgusting.” “It just says that the genocide in Syria is the genocide of the Rwandan genocide, and one thing that all the horrible things that slavery should never have had in common had too much government control.”  During the press conference, officials revealed that Alissa lived “most of her life in the United States”.

According to his brother’s Facebook page, his family came from Raqqa, Raqqa, in Syria. Alissa’s most recent post on Facebook was published on September 18, 2020. He shared a post from the Muslim Center, “The Prophet said: ‘If a Muslim plants a tree or sows seeds, and then a bird, a human, or an animal eats from it, it is considered a gift of charity.”

Alissa wrote on Facebook that moved from Syria to the United States in 2002 when was 3 years old.

on her Facebook page, “Born in Syria in 1999, came to the US in 2002 … I love wrestling and informative documentaries.”

On Facebook, “Half wants to work and have a good career, and half just want to party and don’t care lol.” He wrote things like.

In another article, he wrote, “We hope that all Muslims, whose holidays are about to come, will have a good holiday and end Ramadan strong.” Alissa May Have Problems With Paranoia and Has Written Concerns That Her Phone Was Hacked

Again, the authorities did not say there were any political or religious motives – they are still investigating.

Reporter Pete Williams at MSNBC explained that federal sources told him that they saw no evidence that the mass attacks were related to terrorist attacks or terrorism. He said that in such a case, the FBI would be the lead agency and that the Boulder police were at the head of the investigation. Williams said that the suspect’s family members had revealed that “he was suffering from quite serious mental problems, paranoia, that people always thought he was chasing him.” He added that there are “recordings of encounters between him and law enforcement”. In a Facebook post, Alissa wrote that she believes her “old school” hacked her phone. In a second post accused “racist Islamophobic people” of hacking her phone.

“Our goal is to conduct a thorough and meticulous investigation,” an FBI official, Michael Schneider, said at the March 23 press conference. The FBI is involved because of the resources and investigation we can provide to support our law enforcement. “He said the FBI is playing a supporting role in issues such as interviews and crime scene collection.

Police also revealed the names of 10 victims, whom Alissa said were shot at the King Soopers store in Boulder. The age of the victims ranges from 20 to 65.

Here are the names of the victims:

Denny Strong – 20
Neven Stanasic – 23
Rikki Olds – 25
Tralona Bartkowiak – 49
Suzanne Fountain – 59
Teri Leiker – 51
Ofc Eric Talley – 51
Kevin Mahoney – 61
Lynn Murray – 62
Jody Waters – 65

 

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