2009 Little Rock Recruiting Office Shooting

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  • **FILE** House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Peter King, New York Republican, speaks March 10, 2011, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (Associated Press)

    Inside the Ring: Military hit for correctness

    The U.S. military is guilty of political correctness toward domestic Islamic terror, according to a congressional report made public Wednesday that concludes al Qaeda is using U.S.-based Muslim radicals to plan mass casualty attacks.


  • Inside the Ring: Military hit for correctness

    The U.S. military is guilty of political correctness toward domestic Islamic terror, according to a congressional report made public Wednesday that concludes al Qaeda is using U.S.-based Muslim radicals to plan mass casualty attacks.


  • ASSOCIATED PRESS
Admitted recruiting-station shooter Abdulhakim Muhammad is escorted in to the Pulaski County Courthouse  in Little Rock, Ark., on Friday. His sentence Monday guarantees he will die in jail.

    Soldier killer pleads guilty, avoids death penalty with a deal

    A man who killed one Arkansas soldier and wounded another - an act he called retribution for the deaths of Muslims abroad - took an unexpected plea deal Monday that abruptly ended his murder trial and spared him the death penalty.


  • American Scene

    A lawyer for a man accused of killing a soldier outside an Arkansas recruiting center says his client drove through three states looking for someone to attack after seeing video of U.S. military action in the Middle East.


  • Abdulhakim Muhammad is escorted from a courtroom at the Pulaski County Courthouse in Little Rock, Ark., on Monday, July 18, 2011, during a break in jury selection for his trial in the 2009 shooting death of an Army recruiter and the wounding of another soldier. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)

    Prosecutor details 2009 killing of Ark. soldier

    An Arkansas prosecutor gave his opening statement Wednesday in the trial of Abdulhakim Muhammad, who has told the Associated Press and the judge overseeing his case that he shot two soldiers to avenge U.S. wars in the Middle East.


  • American Scene

    The Muslim man who confessed to shooting two soldiers outside a military recruiting station in Arkansas, and killing one, claims he's being treated like a common criminal with a state murder charge.


  • Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, 23, is escorted from the Little Rock police headquarters Monday, June 1, 2009 in Little Rock, Ark. Muhammad is the suspect in the killing of a soldier in a targeted attack on a military recruiting center, police said. Another soldier was also wounded in the attack.. (AP Photo/Brian Chilson)

    EDITORIAL: Arkansas jihad

    An admitted jihadist who killed an American soldier on U.S. soil will be tried next week in Arkansas on a state charge of capital murder - not terrorism. This is odd, considering that the Obama administration recently went out of its way to bring a Somali-born jihadist into U.S. federal court to face terrorism charges for what he may have done overseas. Perhaps the White House thinks that if it turns a blind eye toward domestic Islamic terrorism, it won't really exist.


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