ISIS sympathizer, suspected in 3 King County killings, won’t face death penalty

A precedent against the death penalty was set in Washington state when they let Gary Ridgway off the hook. Now an ISIS pig will be on the taxpayer dime for life as well.

King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg

King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg

From Seattle Times: A man suspected of killing three men in Seattle and Skyway in 2014 will not face the death penalty, King County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Satterberg announced Friday.

Ali Muhammad Brown, 32, is accused of killing Leroy Henderson in Skyway, and Ahmed Said and Dwone Anderson-Young in Seattle. Brown is believed to have fled to New Jersey days after the latter two shootings.

Satterberg said in a news release he decided against seeking the death penalty after reviewing the case and speaking with the victims’ families.

ISIS pig Ali Muhammad Brown

ISIS pig Ali Muhammad Brown

Brown, 32, is charged with three counts of aggravated first-degree murder in King County. Brown is being held in New Jersey, where he recently was sentenced to more than 30 years in prison after being convicted of first-degree robbery and several other crimes. He also is awaiting trial for one count of first-degree murder in Essex County, N.J., as well as another robbery charge in Ocean County, N.J.

It could take more than a year for those cases to be resolved, the prosecutor’s office said in a news release. When that happens, Brown will be returned to King County to face charges.

Prosecutors allege that Brown, a Muslim man, killed the four men in a fit of rage over the U.S. government’s role in the Middle East. He was on a federal terrorism watch list and wrote in his journal that he planned to follow the Islamic State group and “learn the ways of jihadis.”


Brown is accused of fatally shooting Henderson shortly after 11:45 p.m. April 27, 2014, as Henderson was walking home from a Skyway store. Deputies linked Brown to the slaying through the 9 mm bullets and casings found in and around Henderson’s body.

Said was driving Anderson-Young home from R Place, a gay club on Capitol Hill, on June 1, 2014, when they were shot. Brown had reportedly met up with Said over a gay social-networking app, then connected with the two men outside the club that night and got into Said’s car, according to charges.

“The murders took place less than 17 minutes after two witnesses saw Ali Brown leave with the victims in Said’s car. There is no evidence to suggest that Said and/or Anderson-Young were armed, and these murders do not appear to be motivated by robbery, drugs or any other crime,” Seattle police Detective Cloyd Steiger wrote in investigative documents.

In a January 2015 interview with The Seattle Times, Falana Young-Wyatt, mother of Anderson-Young, said she didn’t feel strongly about whether Brown should be condemned to death row. She said she only cared about his swift return to King County to face trial.

“I want him to look me in the face,” she said. “I want him to know my son’s life matters. I just want justice for my son.”


15 responses to “ISIS sympathizer, suspected in 3 King County killings, won’t face death penalty

  1. Pingback: ISIS sympathizer, suspected in 3 King County killings, won’t face death penalty — Fellowship of the Minds | kommonsentsjane

  2. So sad for our country that we had such vile judges.

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  3. Let’s face it . . . this POS will consume the taxpayers wealth, and he will insist on Halal meals, prayer rugs, etc. etc. etc. for the rest of his life. Even serving a life sentence, yet not yielding up one’s own life for the shedding of innocent blood does not make any personal atonement for such egregious acts. Is his life better, in any way, than the four lives he is accused of taking? I rather doubt it. Even on his best day, I doubt that he offered anything to society that was of any note. Better that he be sent to the next world sooner, rather than later! How much money will it take for all the states in question to bring him to trial??? Perhaps the Old West had it right . . . take him from the court house to the community square where the perpetrator would be hanged post haste. I would bet if we looked into his pitiful life that we might well find a mother who is on welfare, and an absent father (one who was a sperm donor only,) This is the problem with providing welfare to single mothers. They churn out an unending stream of children who are a burden to the taxpayers . . . from birth to death, one way or another. Only occasionally, do we see a welfare mother who strives to prompt her children to leave that ghetto mentality. We have seen far to many of these young black men, who are failures, that adhere themselves to the Islamic faith because of its promises of a wonderful afterlife.

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  4. Good article but you really should show where he sympathized with ISIS; it’s not in the article.


  5. If I were a mad dog killer I’d consider Seattle and the rest of Washington prime real estate. And go with your friends.


  6. This is B. Hussein’s Revenge. He and the Lib/Proggers have created the Reverse Jim Crow Effect – Dude is Black one Get Out of Jail card, Dude is Muslim, another Get out of Jail card – you crummy Kafirs need to learn about Dhimmitude.
    This is just Obamunist- Hildabeast- Sharia-Lib//Prog-BLM- Social Justice Warrior-Soros idea of “Equality before the Law”.

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  7. This guy’s life is SO brutal and vicious that he really does deserve the death penalty, though I favour life terms, in case an innocent person’s framed. Every year Stanford University law school grads review the cases of all the people on California’s death rows. They usually come up with these ratios: 10% are innocent w/high certainty; 20% have dubious cases, as they were poorly represented, and 70% earned the death penalty.

    But if the system kills ONE innocent person, then the system has failed, because under US law if someone is wrongfully put to death –even if the actual perp is discovered– s/he will NOT be executed, as that was already done unto the innocent person. If I am wrong on this, please correct me.


  8. The only question should be regular or extra crispy!


  9. What a pathetic excuse for the prosecutor. After reviewing the case, what in the hell did he read?

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  10. This sounds like more like sodomite on sodomite revenge and thuggery rather than ‘terrorism’. The islam terrorism angle may be a smoke screen.
    This guy was looking for people on ‘grindr’ and served a year in prison (according to Wiki) when he “pleaded guilty to “communication with a minor for immoral purposes” and served a year in prison..”

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