October 10, 2006, - 12:08 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Remember the Muslim-dominated Trucking School in Missouri?
In February, I wrote about how the school was raided by the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force. In September, I wrote about how the Muslim converts who ran the school were indicted.
The school, where 60% of those taking the test for Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDLs) had Muslim and Mid-Eastern names, gave the Muslims the answers to the test, so they could cheat, and committed assorted other frauds.
Well, now, sadly, we have our first killing, resulting from a Muslim “grad” from the phony school, and the victim’s a cop.
My friends, Michael DelGiorno and Gwen, on the morning show on Tulsa’s KFAQ FOX News Radio 1170 alerted me that, on October 1st, Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper William Lloyd McClendon, 37, was killed by Hussein Haji-ege Osman, 25, a Kenyan Muslim. Osman was one of the many who was being asked by the State of Missouri to retake the test. A letter to that effect was scheduled to go out to him later this month.
But that’s too late for McClendon–who was killed, along with Osman, in a crash a few miles from the Will Rogers Turnpike. And too late for his family. From Tulsa World:
McClendon, who was driving a 2006 Dodge Charger, had his emergency lights and sirens activated when he tried to make a U-turn from an outside lane and collided with the 2002 Peterbilt tractor-trailer driven by Osman, who was behind McClendon in the same lane, OHP spokeswoman Kera Philippi said.
A concrete median wall with gaps every 1 1/2 to 2 miles separates the four-lane highway, she said.
Osman’s truck veered into the left lane, and the vehicles collided, said Philippi, who said the speed of the vehicles and the distance between them could be included in a full investigative crash report that hasn’t been released.
An inspection of Osman’s Peterbilt showed some mechanical defects with the braking system, which were a “contributing factor” to the crash, she said.
Emergency vehicles can legally make U-turns, Philippi said.
More disturbing are these facts:
* Osman listed his residence at Kansas City, Missouri on documents for his CDL, but he actually lived in Columbus, Ohio. Why did he lie? And how many other Muslims who cheated on their CDL exams at this school (and other schools) provide fake addresses on their CDL documents (so we can never locate them)?
* Osman planned to bring his wife and four children, all Muslims, to the U.S. from Africa. But it’s not even clear if he, or his aunt–Sulekha Ismail, who lived with him in Columbus–are even here legally. Where’s ICE Office of Investigations and Detention & Removal Operations when you need them? Attention, Julie Myers, Abu Moskowitz, and John Torres.
Equally disturbing is this fact:
Oklahoma’s Tulsa World is publishing a storm of sob stories about the Muslim trucker. Why? Why should we cry over a Muslim, not necessarily here legally, who apparently cheated on his CDL exam to fraudulently obtain a CDL, and then killed a cop?
And what about the cop? In a story on his children, who are now fatherless, the paper blames him for the accident.
Trooper William Lloyd “Bill” McClendon’s funeral was Thursday, and he left three children. Donations to help support them can be made at any SpiritBank location in Oklahoma or mailed to the William McClendon Children’s Fund, attention: Brandi Haskins, 1800 S. Baltimore Ave., Suite 1040, Tulsa, OK 74119.
If the FBI and the Dept. of Justice had done something on this school earlier, the death might have been avoided.
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