BY JIM KOURI
SPECIAL TO NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
A man claiming to be a jihadist, who was charged in the shooting and killing two men in Seattle, Washington, and the murder of a young college student in New Jersey in June, was officially charged on Wednesday with shooting a 30-year-old man to death in Seattle's Skyway area in April 2014. He reportedly admitted to police detectives that the four killings were revenge for the United State government's activities in the Middle East.
The suspect, Ali Muhammad Brown, allegedly told investigators and the prosecutor is that his actions were justified and that he was retaliating for the deaths of his brother jihadists at the hands of U.S. soldiers and law enforcement agents, according to a police detective, Morris Hempner, who is following the terrorism case. Brown is also a registered sex offender, according to the Essex County, New Jersey, Prosecutor's Office.