It Happened in Little Rock, June 1, 2009

Roy Exum wrote the article. It appeared in  Roy Exum: One Father’s Anguish.

It is taken from the testimony of Marvin Bledsoe and tells the story of his son Carlos who changed his name to Abdul Hakim Mujahid Muhammad.

Abdul Hakim Mujahid Muhammad, will soon go on trial for killing one United States soldier and shooting another in Little Rock on June 1, 2009.

The attack occurred in broad daylight, with ample witnesses, and while Carlos has pleaded not guilty, the evidence is overwhelming. What you need to know is that his father, now over 20 months later, read a very emotional response before the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee yesterday and, while it may appear lengthy, you will not become bored.

I urge you to go to and read the rest of the story. While some may not consider this to be politically correct, is being politically correct really important?


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I am a grandmother of seven and I like to garden, read, study the Bible, and spend time with family. I am not very politically active, but very interested in who is elected to lead our country.
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3 Responses to It Happened in Little Rock, June 1, 2009

  1. Paolosilv says:

    Hi, I finished the blog on the Nazis and the Holocaust. Hurray!

    I wonder if anyone is keeping track of all the terrorist attacks that happened in the US since 9-11. I’m sure that “Homeland Security” has a site, but they may not want to scare us all by revealing a huge list of attacks. The one in Germany where a man killed two US soldiers should be included, since an attack on a serviceman is also an attack on America.

    Have a good safe day.


  2. Paolosilv says:

    One more thing, I wanted to mention that Obama was in violation of the US Constitution when he declared his candidacy for President from the home of William Ayers, who is accused of being a terrorist. The Weather Underground committed numerous terrorist attacks during the sixties. He and his wife B. Doern were forgiven by the Establishment, I guess, because they’re part of the political scene in Chicago now.

    Chicago has been the site of political agitation, including a riot during the 1968 Democratic Convention by Abbie Hoffmann and the Yippies.
    So Chicago has become a place in which radical rhetoric and terrorism are more acceptable than in small town USA or other cities.

    The US Constitution specifically enjoins against anyone being accepted as a candidate for office who has ‘given aid and comfort’ to the enemies of the United States. They got away with it.

    sorry for the long post. Paolo


    • jlue says:

      And Americans elected him president. I still cannot believe he won the election. Congratulations on the post. I will read it asap.


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