Islamic California Gunman in Video with Jesse Jackson. Video Has Been Pulled

Oct 05, 2011

California Shooter a Muslim

Islamic Shooter from CA Interviews Jesse Jackson

Many are wondering why YouTube pulled a video of the suspected California gunman who killed two people this morning and wounded 6 others.  When a white shooter in Arizona shot and killed Gabriel Giffords, the media made it clear the shooter was a white man with possible Conservative views, which they were dead wrong about. Pardon the pun. And YouTube didn’t pull ANY of the shooter’s bizzare videos.

But here we have a black Muslim shooter, appearing in a video with Jesse Jackson, and YouTube quickly removes the video.  And some of you say there is no media bias out there? You should be outraged!

Shareef Allman appears in the YouTube video interviewing Jesse Jackson at a  Walter Hawkins Memorial Celebration.  Jackson is listed as executive producer and host and the video was dated Sept. 24, 2010.

Police said Allman walked into a meeting at his workplacein Cupertino at 4:30 a.m. Wednesday morning and opened fire.  Two people were killed and six other were shot, according to police. Police said Allman drove off and then shot a woman as he tried and failed to steal her car in an HP parking lot before running into a neighborhood in nearby Sunnyvale.

Cupertino Police Car

Cupertino Police Car

Allman lives in San Jose. The Mercury News reported that neighbors said they were shocked to hear that he was the man they heard about on the news was Allman. One man told the paper that he had spoken to Allman a couple days ago about growing up in the hood and finding a way to turn their life around.  “It makes no sense,” Albert Salazar said. “He must have snapped. I couldn’t believe it when I heard it was him this morning.”

 Allman also authored a book titled “Saving Grace” on the subject of domestic violence.

It was not clear if Allman still worked at CreaTV. He was an employee at Lehigh Permanente cement plant, which is the location of the workplace shooting early Wednesday morning.


Police said eight people were shot Wednesday, at least two were dead.


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