BREAKING: Oregon College Shooter Targeted Christians – Had Social Media Ties With Radical Islam
Chris Harper Mercer, 26, shot and killed none people at Umpqua Community College in Oregon. He was killed by police in a shootout.
He demanded to know the religion's of other students at gunpoint. If they were Christian he shot them in the head.
The NY Times reported:
Kortney Moore, 18, from Rogue River, Ore., was in her Writing 115 class at Snyder Hall when she heard a shot come through a window.
She said she watched as her teacher was shot in the head. The gunman was inside the building at that point, she said, and was ordering people to get on the ground.
Ms. Moore said the the man asked people to stand up and state their religion, and then he began firing.
According to this news report:
The gunman who opened fire at Umpqua Community College in Oregon asked victims to state their religion before opening fire, according to multiple reports. An 18-year-old student told the News-Review newspaper that the gunman, after shooting her teacher in the head through a window, told people to get on the ground. He then told people to stand up and state their religion before opening fire. Twitter user @BodhiLooney, who said her grandma was at the school, said the shooter asked people if they were Christian. “If they said yes, then they were shot in the head,” she wrote. “If they said no, or didn’t answer, they were shot in the legs.”
Mercer's Myspace social media page reported on his support of radical Islamists:
Mercer still has a Myspace up, with two connections, a man and a woman. The man, Mahmoud Ali Ehsani, appears to have a great passion for Islamists, posting multiple pictures of ‘Mujahideen’ from every country with Islamic terrorists and saying ‘kill the Jews’.
Mercer also wrote about gay, black killer Vester Flanegan who shot and killed a journalist at point black range:
Mercer admired black gay killer Vester Flanagan who shot the reporter and cameraman on live T.V.:
In a blog linked to that identity, Harper-Mercer expressed admiration for Roanoke shooter Vester Flanagan.
People “like him have nothing left to live for,” Harper-Mercer wrote on August 31. “On an interesting note, I have noticed that so many people like him are all alone and unknown, yet when they spill a little blood, the whole world knows who they are. … A man who was known by no one, is now known by everyone. His face splashed across every screen, his name across the lips of every person on the planet, all in the course of one day. Seems the more people you kill, the more you’re in the limelight. “