It was just Wednesday when demonstrators in Atlanta blocked traffic on I-85 and I-75 to keep the name of Ferguson, Mo., teen Mike Brown in the public consciousness. It’s a shame that the name Brendan Tevlin hasn’t received a fraction of the attention. Tevlin wasn’t killed by a policeman but by a lone wolf Islamist terrorist. In September, Twitchy wondered why the mainstream media had virtually ignored Tevlin’s murder, which seemed to fit all the signs of a terrorist attack.
As Michelle Malkin reported in August:
Meet Ali Muhammad Brown. His homicidal Islamic terror spree took him from coast to coast. The 29-year-old career thug admitted to killing Leroy Henderson in Seattle in April; Ahmed Said and Dwone Anderson-Young in Seattle on June 1; and college student Brendan Tevlin, 19, in Essex County, New Jersey, on June 25. Tevlin was gunned down in his family Jeep on his way home from a friend’s house. Ballistics and other evidence linked all the victims to Muhammad Brown.
Muhammad Brown told investigators that Tevlin’s slaying was a “just kill.” The devout Islamic adherent proclaimed: “My mission is vengeance. For the lives, millions of lives are lost every day.” Echoing jihadist Fort Hood mass killer Nidal Hasan, Muhammad Brown cited Muslim deaths in “Iraq, Syria, (and) Afghanistan” as the catalysts for his one-man Islamic terror campaign. “All these lives are taken every single day by America, by this government. So a life for a life.”
On Friday night, Fox News host Greta Van Susteren devoted her “On the Record” show to “Greta Investigates: The Lone Wolves of Terror,” during which she investigated the murder of Tevlin as well as several others in apparent jihadist attacks.
What to do about lone wolf attacks?