Devout Muslim murdered New Jersey teen as revenge for US military in Middle East


Ali Muhammad Brown, accused of killing four men in two states, said he killed a New Jersey teen to make up for innocent lives lost in the Middle East, documents show.

Did you hear about this in the news? Didn’t think so! Isn’t it odd that you RARELY hear about this sort of thing from the mainstream media but if it’s a Muslim that’s targeted, it’s shouted from the rooftops and said to be a ‘hate crime’.

The shooter accused of gunning down at least four men in two states said he murdered a New Jersey teenager as revenge for Muslims killed overseas.

Ali Muhammad Brown, accused of killing four men in two states, said he killed a New Jersey teen to make up for innocent lives lost in the Middle East, documents show.
Ali Muhammad Brown, accused of killing four men in two states, said he killed a New Jersey teen to make up for innocent lives lost in the Middle East, documents show.

According to court documents, Ali Muhammad Brown described his June murder of 19-year-old Brendan Tevlin as a “just kill” and said it was an act of “vengeance” meant to compensate for U.S. military killings in the Middle East.

In addition to Tevlin’s murder, Brown has been charged will fatally shooting three men in Seattle. All four men were gunned down in remote areas late at night, NJ.com reported.



He is currently held in Newark, but he may be extradited to Washington state.

Brown is a devout Muslim opposed to U.S. intervention overseas, especially Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and Iran, prosecutors said.

“All these lives are taken every single day by America, by this government. So a life for a life,” he told investigators, according to the documents.

Police said Tevlin was killed when Brown fired 10 rounds into the teen's car.
Police said Tevlin was killed when Brown fired 10 rounds into the teen’s car.

Brown further justified killing Tevlin by claiming the shooting was a “just kill,” meaning he targeted an adult man and did not put any women, children or elderly people in danger.



In police interviews, Brown described the U.S.’s military campaign in the Middle East as evil and said if a “man sees evil, then he must take action against that evil,” the court papers show.
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