April 17, 2012, - 1:02 pm
Abdul Arian: Muslim Caught w/ Explosives Threatens to Shoot Police, Dies; HAMASCAIR Protests, Family Sues
The Abdul Arian story is the typical pan-terrorist Muslim grievance theater/litigation jihad. Nineteen-year-old Abdul Arian fled Los Angeles police in his vehicle and then called 911, telling the dispatcher he had a gun, would use it on police, and that people would get hurt. Oh, and he also mentioned a prior incident with law enforcement in which he was caught with explosives, when he was younger. (Why was he not in prison for that?) When he was finally stopped by police, he got out of his car and assumed a shooting stance, pointing his cellphone at police from a distance. They shot him, and he’s deservedly dead.
Now, Muslims in Southern California–as they always do–are whining and have turned this into a religious war. The protest against the L.A.P.D. was led by Imam Omar Jubran, who is on the executive board of HAMASCAIR a/k/a CAIR, which the federal government said in a court filing is an unindicted HAMAS co-conspirator. (Jubran looks like the double (plus a hand) of “Captain Hook” a/k/a Sheikh Abu Hamza, the pro-Al-Qaeda British imam who is being deported to the U.S. to face trial for Islamic terrorism.) And Abdul Arian’s family, including father Hamed Arian, is suing Los Angeles for $120 million dollars. This is the same family that declined to listen to the tape of the 911 call made by their violent, threatening son. I guess they don’t want to be confused by the facts. And, clearly, they can’t get their facts straight. The other day, when they held their protest, they whined that ninety bullets were shot at Abdul Arian. Now, they’ve exaggerated it further, claiming it’s 120 rounds.
But there is no way for them to know for sure. Regardless, if you have a whole bunch of police officers on the other side, and this jerk points what they think is a gun at them (in the middle of the night darkness), after threatening to shoot them and mentioning explosives, even 120 rounds isn’t much, when you’re talking about eight police officers (15 bullets apiece). He was a self-declared threat, and he needed to be taken out. The world is better off without him. Watch the video above for the whole story. I think this reporter did a fairly balanced job in covering the story.
The family of a teenager gunned down by police on the 101 Freeway after a confrontation in which the unarmed 19-year-old claimed he had a gun has filed a $120 million claim against the city of Los Angeles.
The sum is “equivalent to $1 million per bullet” for each bullet the family says was fired at Abdul Arian by eight officers during the April 11 confrontation, according to a press release sent by Jeffrey M. Galen, an attorney representing Arian’s family.
Arian had called 911 during the pursuit and told the dispatcher that he had a gun and planned to hurt police.
During the 911 call, Arian said, “I have a gun,” and “If they pull their guns, I’m going to have to pull my gun out on them.” . . .
The lengthy 911 call occurred as the man led officers through the west San Fernando Valley before he stopped his car across two lanes on the eastbound 101 Freeway near Canoga Avenue.
Arian ran from his vehicle and “took what appeared to be an aggressive shooting stance,” police said.
Clearly, the police were justified and then some for their reaction to this cretin. And it makes no difference how many bullets hit his person. He threatened to kill cops and assumed the pose of trying to do so. You do that, you know you’ll die.
Of note is that the family surname, Arian, means “naked.” And we see the naked greed and BS grievance in their behavior here.
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