Boulder, CO shooter: was “born in Syria 1999” before he “came to the USA in 2002.” Same Year As The Chechen-Kyrgyzstani Boston Bombers

President Biden calls on Congress to tighten gun laws in wake of Colorado shooting that killed 10

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During the annual Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, two homemade pressure cooker bombs detonated 14 seconds and 210 yards apart at 2:49 p.m., near the finish line of the race, killing 3 people and injuring hundreds of others, including 17 who lost limbs.

Boulder ‘shooter’ Ahmad Alissa, 21, was ‘paranoid’ and posted about ‘racist Islamophobes’ before ‘killing 10’

According to a Facebook page, that appeared to be Ahmad’s, he was “born in Syria 1999” before he “came to the USA in 2002.”

NBC’s Pete Williams said on MSNBC that his federal sources said there is no indication that the shooting was an act of terror or a hate crime.

Mar 2016 – Wolf says Pennsylvania will accept Syrian refugees | News …

the specific motive is not yet clear

Ahmad Alissa: Boulder Shooting Terror Motive Unlikely, Reports Say

Although the motive for the Boulder shooting is still unclear, at least so far, that it’s a terror attack, according to reporter Pete Williams, speaking on MSNBC. The suspect is Ahmad Alissa.

Authorities did emphasize that the investigation is in its early stages, however, and the specific motive is not yet clear. The Syrian-born suspect was named by authorities in a March 23, 2021, press conference.

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The brothers, whose Chechen-Kyrgyzstani family immigrated to the US from the Russian republic of Dagestan in 2002

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