New disturbing questions are being asked about the man who held Jewish Americans hostage in a Texas Synagogue for 11 hours.
The brother of Malik Faisal Akram, the UK citizen who police shot and killed after the hostage standoff, is now saying that his brother had a previous criminal record and was “known” to police.
The questions now are, did the FBI know about this man, why was he given a visa and how did he get a gun?
Breitbart reported that Gulbar Akram, the brother of terrorist Malik Faisal Akram, who took four hostages at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, Texas on Saturday, has revealed that his brother had a criminal record in comments to UK media, raising questions about how he was allowed into the United States.
According to Inzamam Rashid, North of England correspondent or Sky News, Gulbar Akram said of his brother: “He’s known to police. Got a criminal record. How was he allowed to get a visa and acquire a gun?”
Malik Faisal Akram, formerly of the Blackburn area of Lancashire, is reported to have travelled to the U.S. around two weeks ago into New York’s JFK International Airport before travelling to Texas.
In a previous statement, Gulbar claimed that his brother suffered from “mental health issues.”
Akram was shot dead after an 11-hour standoff following the release of four hostages taken in the Texas synagogue. During the hostage situation, he was heard calling for the release of al Qaeda linked Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani national who was convicted of attempting to kill American military officers while being detained in Afghanistan.
The Greater Manchester Police announced on Sunday that the Counter Terror Policing division in North West England is currently assisting in the investigation being led by the US Authorities.
Late Sunday evening, the police force announced that they detained two teenagers in South Manchester in connection to the Texas synagogue attack. The two teens remain in custody, their identities have not been made public at the time of this reporting.
Once again, Americans are wondering how this could have happened, under the so-called “watchful eye” of the FBI.
And now, they’re playing politically correct word games, as actor Rob Schneider points out:
FBI, “We believe the Jewish Synagogue hostage siege was not an act of domestic Terror and should not be compared to actual acts of domestic Terror like when Parents show up at their School Board meetings and ask uncomfortable questions.”
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) January 17, 2022
Yes, parents are “terrorists” but “terrorists” aren’t “terrorists.”
It all makes so much sense, right?
Also, are they dropping the ball because they’re more focused on stuff like this?
The #FBI continues to search for people who allegedly participated in the riots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. If you recognize this man, call 1-800-225-5324 or visit https://t.co/iL7sD5efWD to submit a tip. Refer to photo 513 in your tip. pic.twitter.com/urn5quyvHX
— FBI (@FBI) January 16, 2022
The FBI has a real “branding” problem on its hands.
Right now, they look much more focused on nabbing people who were wandering around the Capitol, than they do actually stopping legit acts of terror. And people are noticing.
“He’s literally fucking standing there you jackasses! You’re an embarrassment to our country!”
“Where are the photos from the BLM riots? Looking for any of those people??”
“While you’re posting this a terrorist took hostages in Texas.”
“Eat shit. The FBI has turned into Democrat’s private Gestapo.”
You can’t blame people for feeling this way.
BLM and Antifa burned down the country for months and I never remember seeing one post like this.
One year later, I still see these January 6th posts quite often from the FBI.
Maybe they need to put their energy into other areas?
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