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    Now I am seeing articles that say he came during the mass influx under Obama. AND that he was already on the FBI radar. They always seem to have been on the FBI radar after the attacks. JMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Newmexican View Post
    Now I am seeing articles that say he came during the mass influx under Obama. AND that he was already on the FBI radar. They always seem to have been on the FBI radar after the attacks. JMO

    Please post those sources for us. Obama did not come in until 2008 and we have deployed our activists at this for days and still no results on gaining the true immigration status of this mass murderer.

    That absence of information almost tells us the truth. There is something here they want hidden.
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    Identity Of The Boulder Shooter Was Known By The FBI

    Christopher Tremoglie
    March 23, 2021


    Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, the suspect accused of killing ten people at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, was previously known to the FBI, the New York Times reported.

    Alissa’s identity was known to federal officials because he had connections to another individual that was under investigation by the FBI, according to the New York Times. Law enforcement officials are still trying to determine the motivation for this mass shooting.

    Alissa was taken into custody on Monday and charged with ten counts of first-degree murder, according to the Denver Post. If convicted, Alissa will face life imprisonment without parole according to Colorado law, the Post reported.

    “Flags had barely been raised back to full mast after the tragic shooting in Atlanta that claimed eight lives, and now a tragedy here, close to home, at a grocery store that could be any of our neighborhood grocery stores,” Colorado Governor Jared Polis said.

    Alissa, 21, was a resident of Arvada, Colorado, the Denver Post reported. He graduated Arvada West High School in 2018 where he was a member of the school’s wrestling team his last two years, the Post reported.

    During his senior year in 2018, Alissa was convicted of misdemeanor assault against another student at the high school, according to the Times. Alissa told authorities his actions were in response to insults and ethnic jeers, the Times said.

    Former classmates recall Alissa as paranoid, irritable, and violent, according to the Post. Ali Aliwi Alissa, the suspect’s brother, described him as mentally ill, antisocial, and paranoid who often claimed he was “being chased, someone is behind him, someone is looking for him,” according to the Daily Beast.

    https://dailycaller.com/2021/03/23/b...-aliwi-alissa/
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    From NYT.

    Suspect in hand, investigators hunt for a motive in the Boulder shooting.

    March 23, 2021
    By Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs, Jenny Gross, Richard Pérez-Peña, Stephanie Saul and Adam Goldman


    Investigators on Tuesday were trying to determine what motivated a 21-year-old man, charged in the shooting at a Boulder, Colo., grocery store, to take the lives of 10 people, in the second mass shooting in the United States in less than a week.

    The gunman was armed with both a military-style semiautomatic rifle and a pistol when he walked into the King Soopers store on Monday and opened fire, officials said. They identified the suspect who was arrested at the scene as Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, who lived in Arvada, a nearby suburb; he was charged on Tuesday with 10 counts of first-degree murder, which in Colorado carries a penalty of life imprisonment without parole.

    A police affidavit made public on Tuesday said that last week he bought a Ruger AR-556 semiautomatic pistol — essentially a shortened version of an AR-15 style rifle, which fires the same small-caliber, high-velocity ammunition, first developed for battlefield use. Statements from the police and the charging documents did not make fully clear what models of weapons he used in the attack, and whether the Ruger was one of them.

    The suspect’s identity was previously known to the F.B.I. because he was linked to another individual under investigation by the bureau, according to law enforcement officials.

    When he was a senior at Arvada West High School, Mr. Alissa was convicted in 2018 of misdemeanor assault against another student in a classroom, and told the police at the time that it was in retaliation for insults and ethnic taunts. Fellow students recall him as having a fierce temper that would flare in response to setbacks or slights.

    Mr. Alissa’s brother described him to the Daily Beast as mentally ill, paranoid and antisocial.

    Among the victims of the massacre on Monday was Officer Eric Talley, 51, with the Boulder Police Department, who had responded to a “barrage” of 911 calls about the shooting, Chief Maris Herold said.

    The authorities identified the nine additional victims as Denny Stong, 20; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Suzanne Fountain, 59; Teri Leiker, 51; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62; and Jody Waters, 65.

    Chief Herold said at a news conference that police officers had run into the King Soopers grocery store within minutes of the shooting and had shot at the suspect. No other officers were injured during the response, she said. She said Mr. Alissa was taken to a hospital for treatment of a leg injury

    Court records show he was born in Syria in 1999, as did a Facebook page that appeared to belong to the suspect, giving his name as Ahmad Al Issa; the page was taken down within an hour of his name being released by the authorities. Michael Dougherty, the Boulder County district attorney, said the suspect had “lived most of his life in the United States.”

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    Feds raid Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa’s family home in Colorado after Boulder massacre

    March 24, 2021 | 8:37am | Updated

    By Kevin Sheehan and Lee Brown

    State and federal agents have searched the seven-bedroom Colorado home of accused mass shooter Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa on a quiet suburban street — which neighbors told The Post descended into chaos after his “disruptive” family moved in over three years ago.

    Residents of the residential street in Arvada say they had a rude awakening around 3 a.m. Tuesday, hours before their 21-year-old Syrian-born neighbor was publicly named as the suspect in Monday’s slaughter of 10 at a King Soopers store about 30 miles away in Boulder.

    “THIS IS THE FBI! EVERYBODY COME OUT WITH THEIR HANDS UP!” neighbor T.J. Bresina told The Post of agents’ early-hours swoop that included “a Humvee with a megaphone.”

    “There was a squad car blocking our road. One officer with his gun drawn and other officers sweeping the street. It was intense! I couldn’t believe it,” recalled the chef who has lived on the street for 23 years.

    Agents of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) were later photographed visiting the Alissa family home around 3 p.m. Tuesday, staying inside for around 90 minutes, according to neighbors.

    The house, a new build from 1998, was bought by Ali Aliwi Alissa for $634,000 in 2017, Colorado property records show.

    It was the start of a nightmare for others living on the then-quiet street — with some so upset at “harassment” by the large Syrian family that they pulled up stakes and moved away, neighbors said.

    “They harassed several neighbors. Caused two neighbors to move,” Dawn Losasso, who has lived on the block in the “tight-knit neighborhood” for 25 years, told The Post.

    “You see lots of people going in and out of that house at all hours, especially late at night,” she said — but she didn’t see the 21-year-old alleged killer “often.”

    Bresina said the “erratic, chaotic” arrival of the Alissas eventually left many on the street “pissed at the neighbors who sold to them.”

    “We’ve had problems with them,” he told The Post, calling the family a “real chaotic, disruptive addition to the neighborhood.”

    “Always a ton of people over there,” he said of the family that “never introduced themselves.”

    “Their children are always running in the street at odd hours. You have to watch out coming down the street. At least five children, toddlers up to teenagers,” he said, with “so many cars parked out front all the time.”

    While a woman inside was photographed opening the door to agents, those inside the house were not welcoming to reporters eager to learn more about the alleged mass killer.

    “We are not talking to anyone,” a woman believed to be his mother told DailyMail.com, the outlet said.

    “You are not allowed to stand next to my house. If you don’t leave, I will call 911.”

    Homeowner Ali Aliwi Alissa also owns a nearby restaurant in a strip mall, one that was closed Tuesday, the Denver Post said.

    Locals praised the owners’ kindness, saying they often gave to a homeless woman who lived behind the restaurant.
    “I’ve been in the shop while they’ve given her food and they’re very kind,” Jamie Poeling, who runs a neighboring business, Dream Dinners, told the outlet.
    https://nypost.com/2021/03/24/agents...colorado-home/


    Restaurant is the Sultan Grill, original business filing papers 10/22/2008. Per Secretary of State website.








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    Still no confirmation on the immigration status of this guy! Chances they are hiding something are probably north of ninety percent at this point.
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