Did This Musloid Doctor Shot Dead by Cops in Rural Kentucky Inspire the Nearby Tennessee Wildfire Arsonists?

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MARK SAWAF. SHOT DEAD WHILE TRYING TO ESCAPE POLICE CUSTODY. SON OF ALI SAWAF, CONVICTED FELON.

It’s 139 miles from Harlan, Kentucky to Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

Earlier this year, a Muslim doctor in Harlan was killed by police while trying to escape after being charged with planting explosive devices in the woods.

I sense that Sawaf’s schemes may have something to do with the arson in the nearby Great Smoky Mountains that burned up all-white Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

This story is dated August 12, 2016.

Kentucky.com

Man in custody killed trying to escape during officers’ search for explosives in woods

HARLAN
A man shot and killed during a confrontation with authorities Thursday night in Harlan County was previously accused of concealing explosives in trail cameras and putting them in the woods.

Mark Sawaf, 39, of Harlan had been indicted by a federal grand jury in July and was scheduled to go to trial on Sept. 13, according to court documents. He was ordered to remain in custody until trial and was indicted on eight charges, including owning and making unregistered destructive devices.

Lexington Fire Department investigator Capt. Brad Dobrzynski shot Sawaf during the altercation, which occurred after Sawaf tried to escape, state police said. ATF Special Agent Todd Tremaine and Lt. Matt Greathouse of the Lexington Police Department hazardous devices unit were also involved in the altercation that broke out on a hill above Woodland Hills subdivision about 6:50 p.m.

ATF had received information that Sawaf had placed more explosives in the woods and had gone with him to find them, Kentucky State Police Trooper Shane Jacobs said Friday. ATF asked Lexington police and fire officials for help because of “an expanded area” that needed to be searched and the scale of the operation, state police said. The state police hazardous devices unit was also asked to assist.

Sawaf died at the scene, according to state police and the Harlan County coroner’s office.

The group had found several trail cameras in the woods before the shooting, and bomb technicians searched the area Friday for more explosives, Jacobs said. Trail cameras are usually affixed to trees and are motion-activated to take photos of deer and other animals, but Sawaf allegedly had modified some with explosive material.

Apparently, Sawaf had a taste for hot blondes.

Although I have no information on Sawaf’s relationship to the blonde in the photos, she appears to be a wife or girlfriend. I’ve noticed that Middle Eastern males assimilate in the West to the extent of going after white women, especially blondes.

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Ahmed the Clock Bomb Boy Met with Muslim War Criminal in Africa, Heads for WH to Meet Obama on Monday

“AMERICAN” SAND TURD MEETS AFRICAN SAND TURD.
clock bomb boy meets al bashir

Sand turd Ahmed the clock bomb boy (Ahmed Mohamed) is going to the White House on Monday, where he’s going meet President Obama.

Since the Dallas, Texas turd’s little stunt last month, claiming to be a scientific genius for bring a clock that looked like a bomb to school, he’s not been in school but traveling the world preaching against racism, meeting world leaders in the process, including an alleged Muslim war criminal.

Excerpt from Fox News

Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year old boy arrested after a homemade clock he brought to school was mistaken for a bomb, may be putting President Obama in an awkward situation after meeting with Sudanese president and alleged war criminal Omar al-Bashir just days before a White House event to which he was invited.

Despite the controversy, the White House has not yet announced any change of plans for the invitation or the event – an Astronomy Night scheduled for Monday that brings together NASA astronauts and government scientists with students and teachers.

But as the boy has gone on a tour across the globe to speak out against racism — meeting with Turkish President Ahmet Davutoğlu in New York, and visiting a number of Middle Eastern countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia — the visit to his father’s home country of Sudan is raising eyebrows.

He was photographed meeting with al-Bashir on Wednesday, reportedly alongside his father.

The Sudanese leader is wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes in Darfur, where he is accused of orchestrating genocide and crimes against humanity. Al-Bashir denies the accusations.

Sudanese human right advocates say that al-Bashir is using the 14-year-old’s visit for his own political benefit.