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Friday, May 22, 2015

Muslim Hater Erika Menendez Gets 24 Years In NY Subway Murder Shove Where Pamela Geller Had Put Up Anti-Muslim Posters

Anti-Islam Agent Provocateur Pamela Geller The Pampered Manhattan Jewish American Princess is At it Again With Inflammatory Ads on Buses and in Subways. Investigator Bill Warner Questions Pamela Geller’s Influence On Murder And Hate Crime In NY Subway. CAIR’s Maryland spokeswoman, Zainab Chaudry, emphasized that there is a distinct difference between hate speech and free speech. Chaudry believes the vast majority of people who see Pamela Geller’s ads recognize they are distasteful and don’t take them for face value. But she says there may be a small minority whose fear and anger toward Muslims is reinforced by the ads. Chaudry pointed to the case of New York’s alleged subway pusher, Erika Menendez, who said she shoved a man onto the path of a train because he was Muslim. “That was a station where one of Pamela Geller’s ads had been posted,” Chaudry said. “It’s hard not to draw that correlation.”

Self-proclaimed Muslim hater Erika Menendezsentenced to 24 years for pushing immigrant to his death in front of New York subway train

  • Erika Menendez, 33, had pleaded guilty to manslaughter for killing Sunando Sen in December 2012 in Queens, New York
  • Sen, a Hindu, was struck by a subway train and died of multiple blunt force trauma
  • Menendez had told police she did it because she has hated Muslims and Hindus since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks
  • Queens District Attorney Richard Brown called the killing 'every subway commuter's worst nightmare'

December 30th, 2012 NEW YORK…. A woman who told police she shoved a man to his death off a subway platform into the path of a train because she has hated Muslims since Sept. 11 and thought he was one was charged Saturday with murder as a hate crime, prosecutors said. Erika Menendez was charged in the death of Sunando Sen, who was crushed by a 7 train in Queens on Thursday night, the second time this month a commuter has died in such a nightmarish fashion.

Erika Menendez, 31, her photo above, was awaiting arraignment on the charge Saturday evening, Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown said. She could face 25 years to life in prison if convicted. She was in custody and couldn’t be reached for comment, and it was unclear if she had an attorney. Menendez, who was arrested after a tip by a passer-by who saw her on a street and thought she looked like the woman in a surveillance video released by police, admitted shoving Sen, who was pushed from behind, authorities said. “I pushed a Muslim off the train tracks because I hate Hindus and Muslims ever since 2001 when they put down the twin towers I’ve been beating them up,” Menendez told police, according to the district attorney’s office. READ MORE CLICK HERE.
December 12th, 2012….Anti-Islam Subway Ads By Pamela Geller Feature Exploding World Trade Center, Quote From The Quran. New York City’s resident Islamophobe is back with yet another anti-Islam subway ad. Pamela Geller’s latest features a photo of the World Trade Center exploding in flames next to a quote from the Quran that reads, “Soon shall We cast terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers.” When Geller last bought ad space in the NYC underground, New Yorkers didn’t react too kindly. Nearly all of the signs– which read “In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad”– were vandalized. As a result, The Observer reports Geller doubled her ad buy this time, and that “the new ads will be plastered across at least 50 different locations.” “I refuse to abridge my free speech so as to appease savages,” she said.

Photo above Pamela Geller with racist EDL thugs from the UK. Southern Poverty Law Center lists anti-Islamic NYC blogger Pamela Geller, followers a hate group. Manhattan blogger Pamela Geller and her posse of anti-Islamic protesters were branded a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center in Feb. 2011. Stop the Islamization of America was included in the civil rights organization’s annual roundup of extremist groups – a rogue’s gallery that includes everything from the Ku Klux Klan to white supremacists and Nazis. Pamela Geller’s group was one of the most vocal opponents of the proposed Islamic Center near Ground Zero. The group was also behind ads that were placed on city buses urging Muslims to leave “the falsity of Islam.” Pamela Geller runs a blog called Atlas Shrugs. ABOVE ARTICLE was reprinted on the ‘Little Green Footballs’ website without credit to the author, me, seeInvestigator Questions Pamela Geller’s Influence On Murder And Hate Crime In NY Subway

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Tuesday, May 19, 2015


UPDATED: Ramadan Abdullah found guilty in deputy's 2001 killing; Seven years after Telen's death, judge hands first-degree murder verdict. By Chris Collins / The Fresno Bee 09/20/08 00:14:31. For seven years, the two mothers waited. Sharon Telen waited for justice: When would the man who killed her son, Fresno County sheriff's deputy Erik Telen, be punished? Yasmeen Shuler waited for the inevitable: When would her son, Ramadan Abdullah, learn of his fate? (Ramadan Abdullah was a member of the radical group "Muslims of the Americas"). Ramadan Abdullah used a 12-gauge pump shotgun with a double-aught buckshot magnum round to the face that killed Fresno County sheriff's deputy Erik Telen

Their wait ended Friday when Judge Ralph Nunez found Abdullah, 27, guilty of first-degree murder with special circumstances for fatally shooting Telen, rendering a judgment in what has been the most drawn-out criminal case in Fresno County Superior Court in recent memory. The 2001 murder was the first time in almost a century that a Fresno County deputy had been killed in the line of duty. Nunez's judgment means Abdullah almost certainly spend the rest of his life in prison.

Telen's wife, Shelley Telen-Wiens, who has since remarried, and Sharon Telen broke their years-long public silence Friday to praise Erik Telen as a hero. "It's these guys and gals who put on that badge every day who are our soldiers on the front lines," Sharon Telen said outside the courtroom, her eyes filling with tears. "Erik happened to be that soldier that day." Shuler was the only member of Abdullah's family, which lives on the East Coast (Binghamton NY), to be in court Friday. She said she was thankful her son will not face the death penalty as prosecutors originally sought, but she was distraught that Abdullah did not appear to understand how his case had just resolved. When Nunez read his judgment, Abdullah stared at the judge and showed no emotion. 

In July 2001, Abdullah ran away from his family in (Binghamton ) New York to join an Islamic camp in the Tulare County foothills (Muslims of the Americas). A month later, he ran off and broke into an unoccupied home near Dunlap in rural Fresno County. When Telen, 26, and his partner entered the house to investigate, Abdullah fired almost a full load of buckshot at Telen, killing the deputy instantly. In addition to finding Abdullah guilty of first-degree murder, Nunez on Friday also found him guilty of three counts of assault with a firearm on a peace officer. Nunez likely will sentence Abdullah on Oct. 20 to life in prison without the possibility of parole. 

Ramadan Abdullah was born to Mahdi and Yasmeen Abdullah aka Mahdi and Yasmeen Shuler in Brooklyn, New York, in 1981. Ramadan Abdullah's father and paternal grandfather were both law enforcement officers. Ramadan Abdullah's father occasionally took Ramadan Abdullah hunting and taught him firearm safety. Ramadan Abdullah's father followed the Islamic religion. He explained that a sheikh is a learned individual whose responsibilities include being a spiritual leader. Islamberg is a New York community of people practicing the Muslim faith together where Ramadan Abdullah had been staying. Sheikh Jilani, a direct descendant of the Prophet, is the owner and spiritual leader of Islamberg. Ramadan Abdullah's father took appellant back to the Binghamton apartment in which appellant lived with his sister, Hamidah. On the way, appellant asked what was wrong with him and why he was feeling so weird. Sometime after returning from Islamberg the second time, Ramadan Abdullah got into an argument with his stepbrother over what to watch on television. Ramadan Abdullah's father sent them both to bed. When he awoke early the next morning, appellant was gone. 

After several days, appellant telephoned his father and said he was in Fresno CA, having taken the bus. He said he was sick and had to get some help and to get his Quranic therapy, and that there was a Quranic doctor there. Ramadan Abdullah's father contacted Islamberg; the people there said they would call the people in California to get appellant at the bus station. Ramadan Abdullah's father subsequently received another call, this one from Uthman Aziz, saying that appellant was there and they would try the therapy there. They asked appellant's father to give it 30 days, and he agreed. He telephoned periodically to see how everything was going. Sometime after August 17, he learned appellant had been arrested.

RAMADAN ABDUR-RAUF ABDULLAH, now 33 years old, is in the California State Prison, Corcoran CA.
NameCDCR #AgeAdmission DateCurrent LocationMap Link
ABDULLAH, RAMADAN ABDUR-RAUFG374103010/22/2008CorcoranDirections

Bill Warner
Private Investigator