Report: Philadelphia Terrorist Only One Part of Larger Terror Cell Targeting Police…

This Philadelphia report by NBC actually aligns with what many people have been able to piece together in the San Bernardino attack in December. Individual members activate, but they are only one part of larger Islamic Jihad terror cells.

(Philadelphia NBC10) Tensions ran high in the Philadelphia Police Department Sunday — three days after an attempted assassination of an officer in West Philadelphia by a man allegedly claiming he did it “in the name of Islam” — after an anonymous tip to officers on Saturday said the threat against police in the city is ongoing.

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According to a police report obtained by NBC10 on Sunday, an anonymous tipster told officers that, “the threat to police is not over … the offender who shot [Officer Jesse] Hartnett is part of a group that consists of three others and that the [alleged shooter] is not the most radical of the four.” The report goes on to say the tipster told police to “be careful.”

Police confirmed Sunday afternoon that police did indeed receive a tip that Edward Archer, the man accused of approaching Hartnett’s patrol car at 60th and Spruce streets Thursday night and opening fire on him at point-blank range, was working among a small group of radical men. Authorities said the tip came from a woman who approached an officer on the street.

Police said they are taking the tip seriously and investigating, and that on Sunday, they were issuing memos to all law-enforcement agencies to warn them to stay vigilant as the investigation continues. (read more)

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155 Responses to Report: Philadelphia Terrorist Only One Part of Larger Terror Cell Targeting Police…

  1. Yup. I hope the Phila cops kept track of WHO visited Archer in his hospital room after the shooting.

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  2. Donald Joy says:

    Dindu akbar

    The most insane, dishonest public statement ever made by an elected official:

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    • Nutty! This guy is a 4th-hand apologist for the Saudi royals. Saudi royicals fund the CAIR sneaker extremists and radical mosques. They also pay off Bush babies and their globalist allies in a thousand ways with their dirty oil money. All of the above promote “ROP” lies in Washington and state capitals. Those people push it down to city and state officials via PC threat of job loss. Those people force it down on police and police spox.

      Enough! Let’s have TRUTH ABOUT ISLAM.

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      • Jo McIntyre says:

        I think some details are missing, here, tyranno. The radical mosques in Saudi Arabia are not Saudi, but Wahhabi – fierce rivals of the Saudis. Like the U.S. there are two political elements in SA. CAIR and most of the ROP people are leftists and/or globalists. I think the drumbeat of hatred against Saudi Arabia is not without a hidden agenda.

        Remember the anti-Mubarak “movement” in Egypt? That, too, was part of the left-leaning Muslim Brotherhood crowd. Thank goodness the Eqyptian Army had enough strength and gumption to put Al-Sisi in. As-Sisi appears to have a heart, and is smart, tough and politically astute.

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        • MY drumbeat against the Saudis is filled with agenda – my own. I want no mosques funded by ANY Saudis or Saudi money built in the US. Ditto any cr&p from Pakistan or Pakis. I don’t care if the Wahhabists are friends, enemies, frenemies, or 3-eyed first cousins of the Saudi royals. The mistake is trying to pick enemies of enemies as friends in Islam – it’s a strategy that never works and solves nothing. Distrust all except a chosen few modernists, and import NONE of their countrymen. Jebba the Bush drags us into a world of hurt with anybody except al-Sisi and King Abdullah. Why? He’s a pimp for Saudi oil money.

          One reason Trump is awesome is that the Saudis have no more of their sick leverage with him. They want our help with Iran? No mosques built in America, and no money to CAIR. No oil shenanigans. No funding of ISIS, or profiteering on their genocide. Jeb and Keb have it backwards with their “global coalition” cr&p. It’s trickery to get in bed with the wrong people. Club USA – not Club World – should be small, clean, and picky as h377 about who gets in. Turkey is NOT on the list.

          Most Muslim groups are bad news, left or right, and I would argue that left and right mean next to nothing in the Muslim world anyway. Simplest gauge of any Muslim entity (group, country, ethnicity) is how much trouble they cause you, or your few close friends. That’s it. Every other concern leaves all kinds of room to be manipulated, gaslighted, and out-foxed. Treat 90% of Muslims like cobras if you don’t want their cray-cray in your life or your country. Past performance is the ONLY indicator of future behavior.

          Sorry if that tone is harsh. We have no time for “tone”.

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          • mscynlynn says:

            You sound exactly like my father who lived in SA for a couple of years in the 80’s. The different tribes, denominations and levels of extremism all have one goal according to the Quran. Submission to Islam or death!

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      • TJ Andersen says:

        Europe is being savagely destroyed by Muslims and we are quibbling about “is he or isn’t he a Muslim” crap. All non Muslim Americans need to organize and fight CAIR and its 40 affiliates and also change the way the US government labels Islam. It’s not a religion it is a political, fascist ideology that has been at war with the west for 1200 years.

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    • Stephen says:

      As I said in another thread on this topic, it’s a question who is deserving of more contempt, the black Muhammadan madman or the mayor of Philadelphia. They’re both disgusting.

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    • kpm58 says:

      It sounds as if the Mayor is saying it could have been himself trying to kill the officer.

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    • nhtrespasser says:

      He’s just proudly wearing his status of Dhimmi

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      • Exactly. He’s a virtue-signallying surrender-monkey quisling, licking the boot-heels of PC. This is a perfect example of how black radicals in Democrat-subjugated city governments use the psycho-babble of PC to brainwash people into accepting the deadly cobra of radical Islam into their midst.

        It’s the Obama hand-off, where radical blacks and radical Muslims work toward a common goal, by blame-shifting back and forth. Black radicals use their PC to lend an umbrella of protection to Islamic violence. Islam uses it’s religion card, political clout, and foreign money to protect and promote the black radicals – as well as suck up government money in Cloward-Piven dependency.

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    • maggiemoowho says:

      Mayor Kenney, aka dumbazz, signed a pledge with the Muslims and they in return supported him through his election and probably funded a good bit of it. On his first day in office, he made Philly a sanctuary city and is opening up Philly to the Syrian refugees. Pgh’s dumbazz mayor wants to accept thousands of Syrian refugees also. Any “Muslim” crime could be a threat to Philly’s refugee grab and probably millions in government hand outs. Mayor Kenney should be investigated to see if he is funding terrorism and if terrorists have funded him.

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      Have you heard of the Quran? Mr. Mayor

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    • My gosh that man looks like an older TED CRUZ!

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    • yy4u says:

      I guess I’m being simple-minded, but why don’t the police who guard this bozo catch the blue flu and just not show up for work?

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  3. TeaForAll says:

    THE MAYOR OF PHILA SHOULD BE FIRED.

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  4. Stephen says:

    Individual members activate, but they are only one part of larger Islamic Jihad terror cells.

    For “Islamic Jihad,” substitute “black,” and the same thing can be (but almost never is) said.

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  5. Regina says:

    reminds me of your post about the FBI trying to nail down the missing 18 minutes –

    It would be so great if the fallout of Trump’s honesty begins NOW, and we don’t have to make these LEOs wait until the next administration

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    • TheFenian says:

      My first thought on reading the article was to wonder if this could start happening more frequently – somebody coming forward. These muslims are savages and whoever this woman was, this act of her’s took tremendous bravery. I’ll remember her in my prays – if she could take this step, perhaps she can break away from the environment she’s now in, find Christ, and lead a real life free of muslim scum.

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  6. MfM says:

    I’m not into conspiracy theories usually but Trump’s Trojan Horse comments are sounding more real every time something happens.

    I bet that what we’ve seen is actually individuals who are jumping the gun. They are being primed for something big… and something has set them off early. They have already made the decision to attack and kill people, so changing the timing doesn’t cause them any mental anguish.

    They are mine canaries, we should trust our gut. I hope I’m wrong, and I pray I am.

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    • Lea says:

      “I bet that what we’ve seen is actually individuals who are jumping the gun. They are being primed for something big… and something has set them off early.”

      You know, about 10 years ago my DH made an offhand remark about how many of these folks are gas station attendants and if they were to coordinate (they all chat incisively on their cell phones) they could blow up the whole country in one big BOOM!

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    • In Europe it started with single sporadic attacks. They didn’t have guns but used knives and fists and rape. Now with the power in numbers we see the 1,000 men shooting guns and raping in the streets.

      Better nip this in the bud now, they’re already here. Quash it before there are power in numbers. They can get guns a lot easier here than in Europe.

      So much for our American gangbangers, lagging on the job, they’re not even protecting their own streets! (snarc)

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  7. Redheart says:

    The merging of BLM + Islam = Disaster

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  8. Sanj says:

    We must be vigilant against the Religion of Peace

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  9. TeaForAll says:

    THIS IS A SLEEPER CELL PHILLY HAS 2 RADICAL MOSQUE IN W PHILLY

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    • I get so sick of hearing people say “Radical” muslims, or “Radical” mosques. Erdogan (PM of Turkey and a lifelong muslim) has already admitted what everyone knew… there is no such thing as a “Moderate muslim”… there are only “muslims” and “Apostates”. And that fact is as true in the US as it is anywhere in the Middle East.

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      • TheFenian says:

        Excellent comment letjusticeprevail2014. You are 100% on the money. I know how you feel, every time I hear the adjectives “extremist”, “radical”, etc .. used before muslim and/or islam, mosques, imans, etc.. I want to SCREAM.

        There are enough books and articles published in the last 15 that NOBODY should be ignorant of what islam is and what muslims are. Every muslim scum is a potential killer, every mosque and every iman preaches hate, death and oppression because THAT’S WHAT ISLAM IS; HATE, DEATH & OPPRESSION.

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        • Jo McIntyre says:

          Not sure about “every” imam, Fenian. I listen to one almost every Sunday b/c he comes on the local communist-leaning community radio station just before my two favorite NON-Communist programs. He teaches self-respect, self-improvement and good behavior. He seems to be a fluent Arabic-speaker as well as 100% American. He could be harboring those horrible thoughts you wrote about above, but does not express them publicly.

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          • Guest says:

            That’s called taqiya. It’s used to rock the lambs to sleep as their country is being taken over by wolves so they don’t perceive the threat too soon.

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          • nimrodman says:

            Jo McIntyre said: “Not sure about “every” imam …”

            I don’t mean to accuse you, Jo, because I can’t second-guess what your actual intent is, so this is not directed at you but generally, at these constructs in logical argument:

            “Not Every” or Not All” arguments are trite and they are strawman arguments.

            They’re strawman arguments because typically no one claimed “ALL”. It’s typically the person raising the “Not ALL” objection that is bringing up ALL.

            And they’re trite arguments because you don’t need ALL to cause harm or damage. You just need SOME. Even A FEW.

            What benefit or comfort does “Not ALL” confer? Does it undo the damage done by the SOME? Or even THE FEW?

            No.

            The only comfort it may bring is to the person raising the NOT ALL objection. By voicing this, they get a glow of self-satisfaction and self-perceived moral superiority by deluding themselves that they’re pointing out some profound distinction that’s somehow lost on the rest of us. Because we’re crude, dimwitted rubes incapable of understanding such fine distinctions.

            Or something.

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            • nimrodman says:

              Although I’ll note, in looking back, that Fenian does state “every” fslim is a potential threat.

              Again, I wasn’t accusing Jo about this specific instance, I was more wanting to lay out the general way that these arguments typically proceed.

              But my point about strawmen still applies. You’ll see Not ALL thrown out in many, many instances where the other party did not claim ALL. It’s just a kneejerk lefty response, partly because they got nothing else substantive to say, and often because they have no introspection as to how trite an objection it is.

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          • yy4u says:

            Maybe not in English. How’s your Arabic?

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      • Stormy says:

        Pamela Geller refers to them as practicing “pure Islam”, rather than secular Islam. Here is a video of her discussing it with Lou Dobbs. I think I will use her term from now on.

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        • TheFenian says:

          That’s good that you’ll do that. Language is important. It’s the hijacking of language by the left that’s has done the greatest harm to society.
          In a different, but related vien, I years ago stoped my satirical use of “the religion of peace”. I NOW use the term only when referring to Christianity (& sometimes Judeism & Christianity together).
          We need to take back the “language” in debate. If we can win back the language, we can start to win the cultural war against the left and their muslim commrades.

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          • Jo McIntyre says:

            Yes! A word I despise is “collectively,” which is used all the time to mean “together.” Every time I read or hear it, I cringe, remembering the collectivization of the farms in Russia that resulted in the deaths of millions of people by starvation. China did it, too, with the same results.

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        • OK… wait a minute…

          sec·u·lar
          adjective
          1.denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis.

          That definition makes the phrase “Secular islam” a total oxymoron.

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          • Jo McIntyre says:

            No so, justice. In current usage, “secular religionX” means culturally an X, but does not attend services, celebrate most holy days, or wear identifying clothing. To the best of my knowledge, ALL religions have a “secular” wing.

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            • mscynlynn says:

              So a secular “religion” is just someone claiming to be that religion but they really aren’t that religion? Like when someone claims to be a Catholic but can’t tell you anything about Catholicism.

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            • yy4u says:

              While I get your definition, I doubt there is any such thing as a “secular” Muslim.

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        • Ms. Pamela, God bless her for her work, but if she thinks Pastor Ted is gonna stop the spread of Islam in America she’s as gullible as the people she tries to warn. Or maybe she’s still just mad at Trump for rebuking her about her promoting a “draw Allah cartoon” contest. People can let their pride and sense of offense get in the way, but…

          Talk about cutting ones nose off to spite the face!

          Ted Cruz is not capable of taking us to the promised land. He won’t be able to close our borders and won’t be able to get Mexico to pay for the wall and the border will sit there with some token fence from HOME DEPOT and Ted so tied up in court and with Dem attacks he won’t be able to get anything done. Heck, Cruz didn’t even see the TROJAN HORSE.

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      • The correct term is Orthodox Muslim. They follow the Koran literally.

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        • LOL! That’s like calling a witch an Orthodox Satanist.

          Islam is NOT a religion, it’s a militaristic and political ideology with a religion connected inside of it. The one the people in America follow are part of the fabric of the quilt that stretches from Middle East to USA.

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      • El Torito says:

        Bomb all mosques to a fine powder. It is not a religion.

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  10. janc1955 says:

    Not sure if Trump is doing it intentionally, but it’s a stroke of brilliance, IMO, that he keeps framing the situation as outside influences with hatred against Americans. This absolutely flips the script on anyone and everyone whose stock in trade is pointing out the imaginary hatred by Americans for Muslims, refugees, followers of Islam, Syrians, Mexicans, etc. etc. etc.

    It knocks the entire PC argument on its backside, and confirms what Americans actually know in our hearts, which is that no matter what we do or say, no matter how welcoming and gracious we have been, the hatred for us by outside influences (and many inside influences, these days) continues to grow, and in fact, we have allowed so many of them inside our borders now that the threat is all around us.

    The hatred is FOR us, not BY us. Thank you, Mr. Trump.

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  11. runthetable says:

    The truth is his most potent weapon.

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  12. I find it to be extremely frustrating that normal Americans can connect these dots but that our federal, state, and municipal “leaders” bend over backward to tell us that these attacks “have nothing to do with Islam.” Same thing as in Europe. Therefore, common source: Saudi oil money?

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    • Kent says:

      Thank you for that info, Donald Joy…somehow I missed that one….

      Kudos to the bouncers…it takes real courage to attack armed individuals who have already demonstrated their desire to kill innocents…ANY innocents….

      If the time comes I am faced with such a situation I pray for the courage to act accordingly and stop the aggressors…even if it costs me my life.

      We ARE at war.

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      • El Torito says:

        Today was the first day I started carrying concealed. I have had a permit for almost a year, but felt like time to start getting real.

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        • Jo McIntyre says:

          Joe Pags, talk show host spent most of his program today reading stories of people who saved themselves from robberies and worse by using their concealed guns. Very inspiring. I’m getting there myself, El Torito, and suspect it would take me a year to get up to speed as well. After all, I was afraid to open the box carrying my first Digital Camera, for gosh sakes!

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        • beth60497 says:

          I went and bought a new CCW today as well. I previously had a permit, but had let it expire and am going about getting a new one.

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      Wonder how many more Tredeau wants to import? 25,000

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      • TheFenian says:

        And thanks to this left-wing, coke snorting child of Canada’s political dynasty, the once incomprehensible will come to pass: we will have to protect our NORTHERN boarder. The world has gone mad and is committing suicide.

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  13. Guy Stumpman says:

    There seems to be a pattern where they travel to the middle east for this pilgrimage to mecca or whatever and when they come back it’s just a matter of time before their fuse goes off. Perhaps we should ban all travel to any muslim country from the US until as Trump says we can figure out what the hell’s going on.

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  14. Polar Vortex says:

    Trump is actually transforming America with his campaign. By taking down the PC culture, he is opening many issues that have been not allowed to be discussed. No longer will people be silenced by being labelled (and accepted) a Sixhirb as Dennis Prager uses it. No, I am not a sexist, intolerant, xenophobe, homophobe, islamaphobe, racist or bigot, just because I don’t agree with you.

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    • Kent says:

      Alethephobia….fear of the truth. That’s why islam bans any criticism of muhammed or islam. (lower case intentional).

      “Alethephobia is Fear of Truth. It can fall into several categories. As a condition it is treated as irrational fear putting the person in an incapacitated state of mobility to a racing anticipation at the mildest. It can be fear of discovery. Fear of hearing anticipated bad news. It is knowledge of the truth being potentially disclosed and disseminated. It transverses other well known and otherwise described phobias but always is rooted in fear of the truth subjectively, objectively, relatively, or as a primary motivator of basis in individual condition.”

      Cut ‘n paste credited to urban dictionary…..

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    • nimrodman says:

      “Trump … opening many issues that have been not allowed to be discussed”

      Yep.

      The racist card has been played and is overdrawn, nothing left in the account. Invalid

      The Nazi card has been played and is now played out. They can label PEGIDA and other self-defense groups “far-right” and “Nazis” but it’s becoming more apparent they’re simply citizens trying to protect their culture, their nations, and their women from invasion, r4pe, and slaughter.

      The islamophobia card is played out. Starting with Cologne, all can see the nature of the beast. Before that, the Christmas-party massacre and Paris theater massacre.

      The “Bill is off limits” card is played out. His past victims are speaking out and getting press. So too – and more importantly – the role of attack-dog Hillary in defaming and threatening the victims and their children.

      The “War on Women” card is played out. Again, attack-dog-Hillary and the real war-on-women displayed prominently in Cologne and other major European cities.

      Leftists don’t get to win arguments anymore by claiming Nazi or raycisssssss. They’re in the realm of Godwin’s law now. Call them to account when they attempt it.

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  15. socabill says:

    This is a quote from an article from Gates of Vienna on the rape gangs on NYE in Europe, but it fits very well as an explanation here as well as in San Berdoo, Boston and all other jihad attacks on the homeland:

    “When a sheep accidentally falls into the Amazon, the piranhas don’t have a central command-and-control system, either. But they can strip the unfortunate animal to a skeleton in a matter of minutes in a coordinated fashion. All it takes is effective and uniform programming in each individual organism of the population.”

    That programming is the Koran, the Hadith, and in all the mosques.

    ’nuff said.

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  16. warmac9999 says:

    This is everywhere. The FBI says that there are a 1000 active investigations of ISIS and other Islamic terrorist organizations.

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  17. hocuspocus13 says:

    What mosque did he belong to?

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  18. James F says:

    Probably another one of his BLM jihadi terrorist cell members:

    Caught on Cam: Man Tries to Steal Gun From Officer Visiting Ambush Shooting Victim: Police

    As he entered, he was approached by an unidentified man who allegedly said, “I’m hungry. I haven’t eaten in five days. Do you have any money to spare?”

    Police say the officer gave the man a five dollar bill and then went inside the hospital. The officer later returned to the emergency room entrance. As he stood near the entrance doors with his back turned, the same man he gave the money to tried to grab the officer’s handgun from his holster, police said. After a struggle, the officer was able to subdue the man with help from the Penn Security team and other officers. The officer was not injured during the incident while the suspect suffered a minor facial injury

    Read more: http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/local/Officer-Assault-Gun-Theft-Penn-Presbyterian-Ambush-Shooting–364793001.html#ixzz3wswfgf6z

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  19. lastConservinIllinois? says:

    Anyone who makes an attempt on law enforcement should be shot or hung upon being found guilty.

    Instead, they will be treated to a lifetime of bed & breakfast, daily Islam devotionals, and bj’s (oops, I mean William Jeffersons) in prison at our expense, which, for a non-functioning anti-social feral beast is basically paradise and, more importantly, exactly what they were hoping for when they made the attack.

    We should.d not be giving them what they are hoping for.
    We should be giving them the opposite.

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    • yy4u says:

      Since Muslims live for Paradise and the 77 virgins, what astounds me is that we don’t give more of them what they want. If they die fighting for Jihad they get a straight shot to Paradise, so the next time there is a protest outside an American Embassy, why not accommodate them with a nice fat bomb and send them straight to join Mohammed and HIS 77 virgins.

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  20. Betty Conerly says:

    This cover up nonsense has been going on for way too long. Read this article from 2003: The Beltway Snipers’ Motives by Daniel Pipes.

    Also, there is a list of Islamic terrorist murders that the media don’t want us to be aware of. I will try to find it and post here.

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  21. Betty Conerly says:

    Found it at thereligionofpeace.com. This website is current and extensive.

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  22. zombietimeshare says:

    Impossible, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said the shooting had “nothing to do with being a Muslim or following the Islamic faith.” Surely Kenney wouldn’t say something like that for political reasons—and don’t call him Shirley.

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  23. Just to show what police are up against with crazy knife wielding muslims: Why cops shoot people instead of using a taser ~ WATCH HOW FAST AN ATTACKER WITH A KNIFE CAN OVERTAKE A COP or even someone who is carrying:
    Knife vs Gun – The 21 Foot Rule – Great Demonstration

    Knife vs Gun – The 21 Foot Rule – Great Demonstration
    Why cops shoot people holding a knife instead of using a taser. If a persons reveals a knife and he was already closer than 21 feet, you can’t holster you gun and switch to a taser that fast.
    Legendary Eskrima martial artist Dan Inosanto demonstrates how dangerous an attacker with a knife can be to a police officer inside of 21ft. 21ft can be closer then you think. Would you have time to draw a weapon respond to an attack?

    This can also be useful information for citizens who can legally carry a concealed firearm.

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  24. watcher says:

    The trips to Saudi and Egypt are not cheap. Spending weeks and months in my opinion indicates extreme indoctrination and training.
    Somebody paid for him and probably his pals also.
    This has the same characteristics of what’s going on in Israel almost daily. Attack authority figures.

    Archer made to the Middle East. In the fall of 2011, he traveled to Saudi Arabia for a pilgrimage to Mecca and stayed for several weeks, an FBI spokesman said. The next year, he went to Egypt for reasons that are unclear and spent several months there.

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  25. Donald Joy says:

    @ramzpaul And this is the sex game the arabs are playing. Taharrush. https://t.co/yjSTBw6FJu— Nivo (@Nivodius) January 11, 2016

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  28. yy4u says:

    The Lefties who want to grab the guns tell us the police can protect us meanwhile the Muslims are targeting the police. Makes sense to me. (not)

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  29. watcher says:

    The same old song “don’t know him”.
    Cair, noi, mb, and all the other players should be sued by the victims. RICO charges to follow.

    The tipster claimed Archer attended two Philadelphia mosques. An administrator at one of the mosques told NBC10 he did not know the suspect. While the mosque is open to the public, members say any claim that Archer was possibly radicalized while attending is not true because they preach against extremism.
    “It’s very easy to point the finger and blame or to just throw an accusation around,” the administrator said. “It’s a different story altogether when you actually come in and listen to our sermons and listen to our lessons.”

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