After Trayvon Martin’s death, President Obama indicated to us (in no uncertain terms) that he evaluates crime based on the color of people’s skin. But for some reason he forgot to make a speech about this.
New York radio host Todd Pettengill is pointing to the alleged revenge killing of a 19-year-old man from Livingston, New Jersey, as evidence that “domestic terrorism is already here.” Further, he argues, the “act of jihad” is not getting nearly enough media coverage.
On his radio show this week, Pettengill called for increased focus on the murder of Brendan Tevlin, who was gunned down in June. About a month later, police arrested and charged 29-year-old Ali Muhammad Brown in connection to the murder — and he later reportedly confessed that he killed Tevlin as retribution for U.S. military actions in the Middle East.