The ISIS teen murderer used a knife so the media doesn’t see any national significance in the story.
Not only did the ISIS teen murderer fail to use a gun, but he points to MORE failures by Florida law enforcement and the FBI. So giving national attention to Corey Johnson’s stabbing attack would only emphasize how government is failing to do it’s job and take outrage away from the Second Amendment.
But this is another case where multiple levels of government failed to take warnings seriously. And it shows you don’t need a gun to kill someone.
Michelle Malkin writes, “Document drop: Another fatal FBI fumble in Florida.”
According to a probable cause affidavit filed by the Palm Beach County police, 17-year-old Corey Johnson bought a knife last Sunday and brought it with him to a sleepover at longtime friend Kyle Bancroft’s house. At 4 a.m., he decided to kill Kyle’s mother, Elaine, his brother, Dane, and Dane’s friend, Jovanni Sierra Brand.
Johnson repeatedly stabbed Jovanni in his bed and slit his throat. Then he attempted to murder Elaine as she approached the boys’ bedrooms in response to Jio’s last gasps. Dane rescued his mom and sustained 32 stab wounds. Both were hospitalized and survived. Jio was buried last Friday — less than a week after celebrating his 13th birthday at a pizza party attended by Johnson.[…]
Johnson’s online jihad agitation, physical abuse and addiction to ISIS beheading videos prompted his sister in 2016 to confide in a school therapist, who contacted the local sheriff’s office.[…]
Law enforcement officers at the Jupiter Police Department and Palm Beach County Sheriff’s office convened at Johnson’s high school last January to investigate the self-radicalized teen’s contact with ISIS as he sought to join the terror group. The FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force became involved after European intelligence counterparts told them Johnson had used Instagram to issue security threats to a Catholic high school in England.[…]
The FBI’s plan of action? Inaction. The agency watched and waited and wanly admonished Johnson to knock it off because authorities “believed a redirection approach would be the most beneficial regarding his conduct.”[…]
No referrals, no charges, no records, no problems.
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