Why is Law Enforcement Covering up for Muslim "Hate Crime" Murderers
It has been over two months since Shaima Alawadi was bludgeoned to death in her own home in El Cajon, CA. The initial reports were that it was an anti-Muslim hate crime, and then it was leaked that Shaima was seeking a divorce and that her daughter was caught hot and heavy in the car with a man and later jumped out of a moving car during a dispute with her mother. Will this turn into another cover-up with no arrests, like the 2009 Fatima Abdallah case in Tampa, FL? Here are some officials who need to update the public on what is happening with this case:
El Cajon Police Chief Jim Redman at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (619) 579-3351
San Diego County Sheriff William D. Gore at email@example.com or phone (858) 974-2222.
If you are killing while Muslim in America, apparently different rules apply.
Shaima Alawadi died on March 21. It appears increasingly likely that someone in her family was involved in her murder. They used the hate crime/bigot card to try to frame innocent people. And hate groups like Hamas-CAIR, #OWS Occupy, ISNA, etc. jumped on the hate train and blamed Spencer and me as part of their Muslim-victimhood-myth narrative, aka the fictitious 'backlashophobia."
This is an islamic pattern to
create fictional victims and then blame innocent non-Muslims. More faked hate.
But it became immediately known that the evidence pointed to the family, who, in turn, used the ruse of "burying Shaima in Iraq" to leave the Shaima Alawadi’s Brutal Murder Highlights Anti-Muslim Activity in San Diego - The Daily Beast_1335490421276
country. Why Shaima was buried in Iraq is anyone's guess. She lived in the United States for twenty years, most of her adult life. She was divorcing her husband. Why did law enforcement allow two people who must be considered suspects in Shaima's honor murder to leave the country?
Shaima was taken to Iraq, accompanied by her daughter Fatima and her husband Kassim Al-Himidi (whom she was divorcing). They arrived in Iraq on March 31, and have just returned to the States. Why were they allowed to leave at all? When El Cajon Police Chief Jim Redman was asked that, he replied merely by saying that the investigation was ongoing. But how responsible an investigation could possibly be conducted when two key witnesses and possible suspects are allowed to leave the country, with no guarantee they would return at all? (...)