Columbus, Ohio machete man still a mystery
Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 16, 2016
Update: The Daily Mail tells us who he is, here. (Hat tip: Judy)
It turns out that early reports about the African man who attacked diners in a restaurant belonging to an Israeli-born Christian may not be a Somali as first reported. See our first report by clicking here.
So who is he?
Here, in a story about the restaurant re-opening, World Net Daily writer tells us that mystery still surrounds the machete man:
More than four days after the attack, little is known about Barry, a 30-year-old immigrant from Africa. Neither the FBI nor the Columbus police have released any information on his immigration status, when he came to the U.S. and from what country, under what circumstances he came, or whether he was a legal or illegal resident of this country.
According to reports, Barry led police on a five-mile chase before losing control of his car and careening off the road. He exited the vehicle with his machete and another knife, and allegedly lunged at the officers.
“He yelled, ‘Allahu Akbar!’ and then he attacked them with the machete, and that’s when they shot him and killed him,” Baransi [the restaurant owner—ed] told Tower magazine.
Please read the whole article about how Baransi is not going to cower.
If you read Ann Coulter’s book, ‘Adios America,’ she tells us much about the code of secrecy (by police/FBI) surrounding crimes committed by immigrants. So, it is not surprising that nothing is being released so far on his immigration status.
And, by the way, in my last eight year of following stories like this one, I have never seen any mention of Gov. John Kasich of Ohio showing one bit of concern for the colonization, by the UN/US State Department, of Ohio.
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