While she attempts to cross a street in Northwest Washington, Pascal Charlot, 72, is shot and killed by the snipers. 4, 2002 – Snipers wound Caroline Seawell, 43, as loads her car with her purchases in a Fredericksburg, Virginia, store parking lot. 7, 2002 – Snipers wound 13-year-old Iran Brown outside a Nejamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie, Maryland. But instead of receiving treatment, he is left to die by his Muslim doctor.
April 15, 2004 – Fearing that his brother had molested his wife and daughter, Muslim man Ismail Peltek killed his wife by bludgeoning her on the head with a hammer and attacked his 22- and 4-year-old daughters with a knife.
He pleaded guilty to nine counts of attempted first-degree murder and was sentenced to 33 years in prison.
June 16, 2006 – A 62-year-old Jewish man, Paul Schrum, who had gone to the movies to see “X-Men: The Last Stand” in a heavily Jewish area near Baltimore, Maryland, is shot by Muslim gunman Mujtaba Rabbani Jabbar, 24.
He felt she was becoming too westernized, and he didn’t like that.” His daughter had backed out of an arranged marriage. 5, 2009 – Muslim gunman Nidal Malik Hassan, an Army psychiatrist, fatally shoots 13 people and wounds 30 others at Fort Hood, Texas. 4, 2009 – A Muslim graduate student from Saudi Arabia, Abdulsalam S.
Officials classified the attack as a “hate crime” rather than terrorism. 1, 2008 – Egyptian-born cab driver Yaser Said shoots and kills his two daughters in Irving, Texas, because they were dating non-Muslim boys.
Snipers also kill Claudine Lee Parker, 52, outside a liquor store in Montgomery, Alabama.
The snipers shot Kellie Adams, 24, in the neck as she approached a liquor store in Montgomery, Alabama, where she worked. 23, 2002 – Snipers kill Hong Im Ballenger, 45, outside a beauty store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Martin, 55, outside a supermarket in Wheaton, Louisiana. 3, 2002 – Snipers kill James L “Sonny” Buchanan, 39, while he mows a lawn near a car dealership in White Flint, Maryland. Walekar, 54, is murdered while he pumps gas at a station in Aspen Hill, Maryland. Johnson, 35, a bus driver standing in the doorway of his bus in Aspen Hill, Maryland.
“He was upset at his wife and their family — he felt disrespected that they would not join his religion,” Assistant State’s Attorney Jim Mc Kay said.
“It didn’t matter if they were young or old, pregnant or not.