ISIS-claimed “soldier of the caliphate” among the chalked names memorialized
— DaShawn Brown (@DaShawnWSOC9) September 23, 2016
Brown’s Twitter account describes her as “a Reporter for WSOC-TV. Proud Tar Heel. And oh yeah, I kinda dig sports.” Her bio page at WSOC-TV verifies that this is indeed her Twitter account.
The problem? There are a few, but Dahir Adan’s name stands out.
You see names there, including what looks like Sandra Bland’s name, who committed suicide, she was not killed by the police. Justin Carr’s name is there. He was killed Wednesday night during the riots right at the spot being chalked. He is suspected to have been killed by another ‘protester’, Rayquan Borum, arrested today.
But the name that made me sit up and take notice was the name Dahir Adan.
He is the man who stabbed 10 people in a Minnesota Mall. He was shot to death by an off-duty cop, saving countless lives.
He was also claimed by ISIS, who said he was a ‘soldier of the caliphate’.
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