At least 11 people were wounded when a motorist rammed his car into a number of crowds in the city of Dijon in eastern France. The driver was heard shouting “Allahu Akbar”
Talk about an amazing coincidence. When NTEB first learned the news that Lakeisha N. Holloway committed an act of vehicular terrorism, we immediately connected it with Islamic terrorism due to an eyewitness account that she shouted “allahu akbar” while behind the wheel of her deadly assault vehicle. We also took a lot of heat for that story because we were one of the only news outlets to take that stand. Then today we learned this.
On the same night, one year prior in 2014, when Lakeisha N. Holloway was running people over with her car in front of the Paris Casino in Las Vegas, another driver in France was doing the exact same thing with his car. Naturally, the liberal news media did not take the time to connect the two, so take a look at this:
At least 11 people were wounded Sunday when a motorist rammed his car into a number of crowds in the city of Dijon in eastern France. The driver was arrested by police after targeting passersby at five different locations in the city, a police source said. The driver, who authorities believe to be mentally unstable, was heard shouting “Allahu Akbar” and “that he was acting for the children of Palestine,” a source close to the investigation said. “The man, born in 1974, is apparently imbalanced and had been in a psychiatric hospital,” the source told AFP, adding that “for now his motives are still unclear.” The source said nine people were lightly injured while two more were severely wounded. source
BREAKING PHOTO: Scene in France where driver shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ run over 11 pedestrians. pic.twitter.com/5eG2rja3Cq
— Breaking News (@NewsOnTheMin) December 21, 2014
Holloway’s terror-by-auto attack in Las Vegas, as horrific as it was, was dumped by the media after only one news cycle. Las Vegas police say they do know why she did it but at this time are refusing to release that information. And not a single source on CNN, NBC, FOX or any of the others connected the Las Vegas attack with the identical terror-by-auto attack in France in 2014. Also, keep in mind where Holloway was when she did the bulk of her damage, she was out in front of the Paris Casino in Las Vegas.
So, no, we will not “issue a retraction” of our Lakeisha Holloway story, not even close. What we will do, however, is issue our demand for a full investigation into both attacks and find the common ground between the two. Things like this do not happen “by accident”. It is our belief that their is a conspiracy to intentionally hide the facts in the Las Vegas attack, to prevent the public from connecting it to the identical attack that happened the same day, a year prior, in France.
If you know anything about the how’s and why’s of Islamic terror attacks, then you know that jihadi terrorists are very big on dates, anniversaries and the hidden symbolic meanings when planning their attacks. Their large targets are usually chosen very carefully and deliberately.