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Monday, April 08, 2019

It Ain't Over Till It's Over And They Are All Dead, Muslim Rondell Henry Inspired to Use The Ultimate Mowing Machine a Pickup Truck to Kill Maryland Infidels.

It Ain't Over Till It's over And They Are All Dead Muslim Rondell Henry Inspired to Use The Ultimate Mowing Machine a Pickup Truck to Kill Maryland Infidels. What's next, will some deranged Muslim terrorist plot to run over tourists in downtown Sarasota Fl with a U-Haul truck? NEWSFLASH FOR THE MEDIA: ISIS is not defeated, Al-Qaeda is not running and hiding, they are here. The Inspire article titled, “The Ultimate Mowing Machine”, called for jihadists to use a pickup truck as a mowing machine, not to mow grass but to mow down the enemies of Allah, the infidels in America. “The ideal location is a place where there are a maximum number of pedestrians and the least number of vehicles.” Inspire is an English language online magazine that was written by Samir Khan out of Charlotte NC and Yemen and reported to be published by the organization al-Qaeda. The magazine is one of the many ways they use to reach an internet audience. Inspire Magazine is a planning guide for the “lone wolf terrorists.” Every issue they supply a “who-to” assassinate list. Prosecutors say that Rondell Henry has harbored “hatred” for those who do not practice the Muslim faith and was allegedly inspired by videos he watched of foreign terrorists (Anwar Al-Awlaki and Samir Khan Inspire  Magazine). Specifically, they said he was inspired by the 2016 terrorist attack in Nice, France, in which a man drove a truck at high speed into crowds, killing 86 people, and for which Islamic State claimed responsibility.

Maryland man (Muslim) Rondell Henry inspired by the Islamic State group plotted to ram a stolen U-Haul truck into as many pedestrians as possible at a popular convention and tourist destination just outside the nation's capital, federal prosecutors said Monday.The allegation was made in a court filing as prosecutors in Maryland urged a judge to keep the defendant, 28-year-old Rondell Henry, detained on a charge of driving a stolen vehicle across state lines. The police arrested him on March 28 after officers who discovered the stolen truck saw him leap over a security fence. Henry, a computer engineer, walked off his job in the middle of the day on March 26 and stole a U-Haul van from the parking garage of a mall in Virginia after determining that his four-door sedan "would not cause the catastrophic damage that he desired." From there, he headed to National Harbor — a waterfront complex of restaurants, retail and hotels in Maryland. National Harbor is a census-designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States, located along the Potomac River near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and just south of Washington, D.C.. It originated as a 300-acre multi-use waterfront development.

October 31st, 2017, Eight people were killed and almost a dozen injured when a 29-year-old man in a rented pickup truck drove down a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center in Manhattan, New York City. Witnesses reported Muslim terrorist
Sayfullo Saipovwas was yelling "Allahu Akbar," according to four law enforcement sources. The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force took over the lead of the investigation. Vehicles have been used as weapons in a number of terrorist attacks in recent years, including in deadly incidents in London and Nice, France. The suspect, driving in a Home Depot rental truck, hopped a curb at West Houston Street and drove south on the bike path on the west side of West Side Highway in lower Manhattan for several blocks, officials said. The suspect was identified by two law enforcement sources familiar with the investigation as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov. He's from Uzbekistan in Central Asia but had been living in the US since 2010, sources said. Authorities found a note claiming the attack was made in the name of ISIS near the truck used in the attack, a senior law enforcement official said. "This was an act of terror, and a particularly cowardly act of terror," New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said, "aimed at innocent civilians, aimed at people going about their lives who had no idea what was about to hit them."
Friday, July 15, 2016 ISIS Terror Attack in Nice France With a Large Truck Killing 73 Utilizes Al-Qaeda Inspire Magazine Samir Khan’s ‘Ultimate Mowing Machine’ Directive. PARIS, July 15 (Reuters) – At least 84 people were killed by a truck that drove into the crowd in the southern French coastal resort of Nice on Thursday night during Bastille Day celebrations, news TV channel iTELE said, quoting the local public prosecutor’s office. (CNN)A long white truck ran into a crowd of people in Nice, France, on Bastille Day, killing “probably” 84 people and injuring 100 more, a local prefecture official told CNN. One witness, an American who was about 15 feet from the truck, said the driver pointed his tractor trailer into the crowd, mowing bodies over. A CNN affiliate in France, BFM-TV, reported police exchanged gunfire with people in the truck. Here are the latest developments in the tragedy:• The driver of the truck that drove into the crowd was shot dead by police, said Pierre-Henry Brandet, a spokesman for French Interior Ministry. 
October 2012 MUSLIM TERROR PLOT LONDON: Terror suspect trio ‘plotted to fix giant blade to a truck and drive their “ultimate mowing machine” into a crowd’.  Three Islamic fanatics discussed a bizarre plot to kill people with a giant blade attached to a monster truck dubbed the ‘Ultimate Mowing Machine’, a court was told.The conversation was recorded on a bug planted by MI5, who suspected they were preparing to kill themselves in a suicide bombing plot. Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid, 27, and Ashik Ali, 27, are accused of plotting an attack that would wreak more carnage that the atrocities of July 7, 2005. Asked why, Khalid said: ‘You know what they said, the brothers in the magazine, they said stick thingy on… at the front, like you know, erm, blade… just weld it on and run into people. Just drive into people in a crowded area.’ Woolwich Crown Court was told the gang planned to open an Islamic shop as a cover for their terror activities and said they would turn the street into a ‘little war-zone’.


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