#AceNewsReport – Mar.24: In any case, it is noteworthy that the establishment media continues to spell the killer’s name “Alissa,” which of course is a common first name for women in the U.S. and thus gives the impression that he is an American non-Muslim:
Brother of Boulder jihad mass murderer detained, along with other family members after mass shooting at the King Soopers store in Boulder on Monday have been identified: https://acenewsroom.wordpress.com/2021/03/23/king-soopers-shooting-boulder-police-identify-10-victims/
“Ahmad Alissa, King Soopers Boulder Shooting Suspect: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know,” by Alyssa Choiniere, Heavy, March 23, 2021:
Ali Alissa told the Daily Beast he and his family have lived in Colorado for 20 years and said they are “so sorry” for the victims. He went to King Soopers shortly after the shooting, looking for another relative, and found his brother in a police cruiser. He was looking for their third brother, who left to run errands. They could not get in touch with the third brother. That’s when he learned Ahmad Alissa was a suspect, he said.
“I went to King Sooper that is close to our house to see if they are there, and then I saw a police car,” he said. “And then as I got closer to the police car, I saw my [other] brother was detained in the police car. That was 9:30 at night.”
“‘Very Anti-Social’: Suspect in Boulder Supermarket Massacre Was Paranoid, Brother Says,” by Pilar Melendez, Justin Rohrlich, Emma Athena, and Kelly Weill, Yahoo News, March 23, 2021:
ARVADA, Colorado—Authorities on Tuesday identified the suspect in the shooting deaths of 10 people at a King Soopers grocery store in Boulderas Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, a 21-year-old with a history of violence whose brother said he was deeply disturbed….
Ali Aliwi Alissa, the suspect’s 34-year-old brother, told The Daily Beast that authorities searched his house all night after the shooting….
In the hospital, police asked Alissa several times if there were any other suspects inside the supermarket, a question he did not answer—“though he asked to speak to his mother,” the affidavit says….
His brother, Ali Aliwi Alissa, said he traveled to another King Sooper’s location after work on Monday to look for a third sibling who had run an errand and couldn’t be reached. He said he found that relative in police custody, and that he and more family members were detained as well.
Alissa’s family house sits on the edge of a quiet cul-de-sac lined with two-story homes and a mix of Aspens, evergreens, basketball hoops, and bird feeders. Multiple generations of the family call the house, with solar panels on the roof and a flagstaff path leading to the backyard, their home.
If the neighbors hadn’t seen the news online, they learned something was wrong around 9:30 p.m. Monday when an armada of vehicles arrived and stormed the block. “It looked like the house was surrounded by Navy SEALs,” said a 39-year-old pilot and neighbor, who was in bed next door when law enforcement arrived and declined to give his name….
On Tuesday morning, a woman who identified herself as an older sister answered the door of the Alissa family home. She said she was floored, and the family never suspected their brother capable of committing this act of violence. “We’re shocked. He is nice, a quiet brother,” the 30-year-old told The Daily Beast, declining to give her name.
On a now-deleted Facebook page, Alissa described himself as “born in Syria 1999 came to the USA in 2002. I like wrestling and informational documentaries that’s me.” He also said he was “interested in “computer engineering/ computer science…. kickboxing.” Posts about mixed martial arts, especially jiu jitsu, dominated the page. Alissa sometimes posted about Islam, often about prayer or holidays.
He shared pictures of himself in his wrestling uniform from Arvada West High, as well as wearing medals from a fighting association.
Conrad, a former wrestling teammate of the suspect’s who spoke under the condition his last name be withheld, told The Daily Beast he was deeply surprised by the allegations, but that Alissa did have a temper.
“One thing I can tell you is he didn’t take losing very well,” he said. “I remember that in wrestling. He would throw his headgear, wouldn’t talk to the coaches when he lost. If I remember correctly, even cussed out one of the coaches one time.”
In one Facebook post, the suspect appeared to express fears that someone was targeting his phone for Islamophobic reasons.
“Yeah if these racist islamophobic people would stop hacking my phone and let me have a normal life I probably could,” he posted in July 2019.
On Facebook, his politics appeared mixed throughout several camps. He shared an article rebuking Donald Trump’s stance on immigration, but also posted about his own opposition to gay marriage and abortion.
A day after the 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings in New Zealand, Alissa had shared a Facebook post from another user that read, “The Muslims at the #christchurch mosque were not the victims of a single shooter. They were the victims of the entire Islamophobia industry that vilified them.”
Authorities have not released a motive behind the grisly murders, saying the investigation was still in its preliminary stages and “it is premature for us to draw any conclusions at this point in time.”…
According to the suspect’s brother, the motivation may not have been a political one.
“[It was] not at all a political statement, it’s mental illness,” Ali Aliwi Alissa told The Daily Beast. “The guy used to get bullied a lot in high school, he was like an outgoing kid but after he went to high school and got bullied a lot, he started becoming anti-social.”
Court records show Alissa has at least one previous run-in with the law, including one arrest after “cold cocking” a classmate in 2017. According to court documents first obtained by KDVR, Alissa punched a classmate in the head after he “had made fun of him and called him racial names weeks earlier.” The victim suffered bruising, swelling, and cuts to the head. Alissa pleaded guilty to an assault charge in relation to the incident in 2018.
According to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and court records, Alissa was sentenced to two months of probation and 48 hours of community service in connection with that episode. The agency confirmed an affidavit states Alissa punched a classmate at Arvada West High School in the head without warning, and continued to hit him even when he was on the ground. An Arvada Police spokesperson also confirmed Alissa had two interactions with local cops over the “past few years,” including cases involving allegations of simple assault and criminal mischief….
Boulder jihad mass murderer had planned to hit Trump rally, also checked churches as potential targets
Early information from a national security agency suggests Boulder shooter planned to target the Trump rally in Colorado Springs, Feb 2020, but decided to wait until the next one on March 13 in Denver but it was cancelled due to COVID, per WH official:
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 23, 2021
CO GOP HQ was also scoped out, same with a few christian, catholic & mormon churches / LDS temples, not certain yet why he settled for market, per official
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) March 23, 2021
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