According toÂ MyFoxDetroit:
“Witnesses say the man behind the wheel, Saddam Mohsin, 30, of New York, rammed the officer intentionally.”
Here we go again. I’ve said it before and will probably have to say it again: New York City cabdriver Mohammed AzamÂ ran over two of his passengers for no apparent reason. Another cabbie, Hassan Daly, who was described as a “devout Muslim,”Â plowed his cab into a crowd on a sidewalk in San Diego, injuring over 24 people. Mohammed Reza Taheri-AzarÂ explicitly grounded his hit-and-run in the teachings of the Koran. Munir MuthanaÂ told the police who arrested him that “the Muslims will fix this country.”Omeed Aziz Popal, we were told, wasÂ suffering from stress from an arranged marriage. Ismail Yassin Mohamed, we were informed, wasÂ mentally ill, suffered from depression, and hadn’t being taking his medication. And Muhammad Teshale,Â according to “law enforcement officials,” “did it to be famous.”
Coincidence or jihad? Certainly there are a lot of hit-and-run and incidents involving people hit by cars that have nothing to do with Muslims, but in the cases listed here there is a degree of intentionality in these that we do not usually see.
“A Buffalo Man Accused of Killing a Detroit Police Officer,” by Jaclyn Asztalos forÂ WKBW News, June 13 (thanks to JW):
Buffalo, N.Y. (WKBW)- Saddam Hussein Mohsin, 30, of Buffalo has been charged with attempted murder after hitting Detroit Police Officer Charles Armour with his car.
Mohsin was driving the wrong way down a one-way street, when Armour tried to approach his car to let him know he was driving illegally. Mohsin did not stop but ran the officer down, landing Armour in the hospital.
According to the Detroit News, his injuries did not seem life threatening. They said he was talking and posting updates to his Facebook page. Then on Saturday, his health began to go down hill and just hours later he was dead.
Those who knew Armour said he was a gentleman and Detroit Police Officer who was well liked….
Mohsin is charged with attempted murder and remains in prison for $500 thousand on bail.
Armour is survived by his parents, four-year-old daughter and girlfriend. He was a 16-year veteran of the Detroit Police Department.