FLINT MUSLIM TERRORIST Amor Ftouhi Is The DELPHI KILLER? Murdered Liberty German and Abigail Williams
Murders took place 13 February 2017
Delphi Murders: 4 months later, investigators say they're 'close' to finding Libby & Abby's killer
DELPHI, Ind. -- It’s been four months since two Delphi teens were found murdered in a wooded area near the Monon High Bridge but investigators say the case is far from going cold. Liberty “Libby” German and Abigail “Abby” Williams went missing February 13 while hiking. Their bodies were found the next morning in a wooded area on a private piece of property less than a mile from the last place they were seen alive. It was a 24 hour period that turned the small town of Delphi upside down and made them the center of a national murder mystery. Although four months have passed, investigators say each day brings them one step closer to solving the crime and finding the person or persons responsible. Source
Still no suspect.
No one came forward yet with information helping to identify the suspect
No one is interested in the reward money.
The killer probably belongs to a Muslim community - a community that hates America.
Here is an example of a MUSLIM who hates America and hates Americans
FBI investigates Flint airport attack as 'act of terror'; suspect yelled 'Allahu Akbar'The FBI says the stabbing of a police officer at a Flint airport is being investigated as an "act of terror," carried out by a man who yelled "Allahu Akbar" before attacking the officer in the neck with a 12-inch Amazon Jungle Survival Knife. Allahu Akbar means "God is great" in Arabic. "Suffice to say, he has a hatred for the United States," Detroit's FBI Chief David Gelios said of the suspect, who was subdued by law enforcement and taken into custody. The suspect is 50-year-old Amor Ftouhi of Canada, who was charged in U.S. District Court today with committing a violent act in an airport, which carries a maximum punishment of 20 years in prison. Detroit Free Press>>>>>>>>
Only four hours from Delphi to Flint:
Amor Ftouhi entered the US through New York on 16 June.
Amor Ftouhi, a Canadian citizen originally from Tunisia, was identified as the “lone wolf” suspect accused of shouting “Allahu Akbar” before stabbing a police officer multiple times at an airport in Flint, Michigan. The FBI is leading the incident into the attack that wounded police Lt. Jeff Neville. Neville is now in stable condition, although he was initially in critical condition after the attack. Ftouhi, 49, was identified at an early evening press conference. He is being charged with committing an act of violence at an airport, said David Lemisch, the acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison. It is not clear if he could face additional federal or state charges as the investigation continues. Ftouhi was expected to make his first appearance Wednesday in federal court in Flint, the U.S. Attorney’s office said. According to prosecutors, Ftouhi walked up to Neville, who was in full uniform, and stabbed him in the neck. He then shouted “Allahu Akbar,” and referenced “killings in Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq,” the U.S. Attorney’s office said. Amor M. Ftouhi legally entered the United States through New York on June 16, the Detroit Free Press reports. Heavy
Here's what we know about the suspect:
- Amor Ftouhi is 49 years old
- He's a resident of Canada, and originally from Tunisia
- Ftouhi is married and has three children
- His landlord says he always paid his rent on time and was not a difficult tenant
- Court officials say he works "on and off" as a truck driver
- Ftouhi reportedly entered the U.S. in New York on June 16 before making his way to Flint
- Officials believe he acted alone in the attack
- Police say Ftouhi yelled "Allahu akbar," which means "God is great" in Arabic before stabbing the officer. He also reportedly referenced killings in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan
- FBI officials say preliminary information indicates that Ftouhi was not on any terror watch lists before he arrived in Flint
Listen to audio of Ftouhi's first court appearance in the video player above. His next hearing is scheduled for Wednesday.
The FBI is asking anyone who may have come into contact with Ftouhi to call them at 313-965-2323 or give them an anonymous tip at tips.fbi.gov. Source