It is my belief we can expect substantially more terrorist style attacks under the Chumph due to his racist language and appointments. The Police will likely misidentify it, when the attacker happens to be a Muslim, as some sort of foreign terrorist organization inspired attack.
It isn’t. It is quite simply…Self Defense and reaction against racist Trumpazoid America and their attacks on Muslim women ans Mosques.
I don’t mean to be cold blooded here, but if you are protesting racism in America and hate against Muslims…Shouldn’t your target be the racists? Blow up some Trumpazoids…Go to your local Republican Party headquarters…Attend a pro-Trump rally…
Good for you… And it improves the country, making it a bit safer for all minorities.
Local law-enforcement officers have confirmed the name of a man who they say injured as many as 11 people on the Ohio State University campus this morning by running a car into a group of people, then slashing others with a butcher knife.
Less than a minute after the attack, an OSU police officer shot and killed the man.
The suspect has been identified as Abdul Razak Ali Artan, who was a Logistics Management major in the College of Business at Ohio State. Police said they believe he was 18 years old. Records show he lived in western Franklin County. Records also show that he graduated with honors, with an associate’s degree, from Columbus State Community College in May before transferring this semester to Ohio State.
Police said the officer who shot and killed Artan is Ohio State University Police Officer Alan Horujko, 28, who has been with the police department since January 2015. He wasn’t injured.
Neighbors in the Havenwood Townhome complex where Artan lived said police and the sheriff’s office bomb squad have been there since shortly before 11 am., not long after the situation on campus occurred. Police crime-scene tape surrounds the complex and officers reportedly are awaiting federal officials to search his apartment.
For a time, officials believed a second suspect might have been in the Lane Avenue garage, but they searched it and found no one. They have since said there was only one suspect.
Andrew Thomas, chief medical officer of Ohio State University’s Wexner Center, said that 11 people were hurt in the incident, two of whom were not transported but sought medical care on their own later.
Of five transported to Wexner, two had stab wounds, two were hit by the car and one had a laceration, Thomas said. One who came later said he had injuries from the car.
Two more went to OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital, both hit by the car. One had orthopedic injuries and one had a skull fracture and appeared to be in stable condition, Thomas said. At OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, two people were treated for lacerations and one went later with injuries from the car.
One woman was transported to a hospital by a Columbus fire medic with a gunshot wound to her foot, Fire Chief Kevin O’Connor said. Officials haven’t yet said how that happened, but the woman told medics she was running from the incident and called for help after reaching a safe place.
The attack happened outside of Watts Hall, at West 19th Street west of College Road, shortly before 10 a.m. Earlier in the morning, the building had been evacuated because of a report of a gas leak. Authorities now say the leak likely had nothing to do with the attack.
At a news conference, officials said that Horujko had just cleared the scene from the gas-leak alarm when, at 9:52 a.m., he saw a car strike several pedestrians who had been evacuated into the courtyard outside. He issued a radio alert that seven to eight pedestrians had been struck.
He said the driver got out of the car with a large knife and began attacking people, and he ordered the man to drop the knife.
The man refused and, by 9:53 a.m., he had been shot and killed.
Those who knew Artan say they’re shocked.
Jack Ouham owns the Hometown Market, which is just around the corner from where Artan lived with his family. He said that Artan came in there once or twice a day and had lived in an apartment with his mother and six or seven siblings.
“I don’t know what made him act like that,” Ouham said. “He don’t drink. He don’t smoke. He don’t use narcotics. They’re very nice people.”
Ohio State’s student newspaper interviewed Artan in August. During that time, he talked about moving from Columbus State to such a large school, and being Muslim and the importance of prayer.
“This is my first day. This place is huge and I don’t even know where to pray,” he said. “I wanted to pray in the open, but I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media…I was kind of scared right now. But I just did it. I relied on God. I went to the corner and just prayed.”
OSU President Michael Drake said training by university personnel kept things from being worse.
“We live in an unstable world unfortunately,” he said.