Blog entry: We’ve Got A Little List Of Immigrants Who Had A List Of People To Kill

By James Fulford
Published in The Social Contract
Volume 18, Number 3 (Spring 2008)
Issue theme: "A VDARE Reader"
http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publish/tsc_18_3/tsc_18_3_fulford_blog_2.shtml


Summary:
This is a VDARE.COM blog posting from April 20, 2007.



Here we are—incomplete, anecdotal, and unscientific—but an antidote to someone who says that this is the first time an immigrant has done something like this.

Omitted are a number of terrorist mass murders, including 9/11 and Egypt Air Flight 990.

Also omitted are a lot of single murders by immigrants, gang violence, and so on. This is a particular kind of crime.

Oh, and Naveed Haq, the Seattle Gunman, and Robert Flores a Hispanic who killed four people at the University of Arizona are also not on the list. They were technically Americans. UPDATE: A reader pointed out that I left Peter Odighizuwa off the list; he’s been added. ■

 

Immigrant Mass Murderer   Date             Killed   Wounded

Wayne Lo                              Dec. 14, 1992   2           4

Colin Ferguson                      Dec. 7, 1993      6        19

Salvador Tapia                      Aug. 27, 1003    6          0

Gang Lu                                Nov. 1, 1991      5          1

Hesham Hadayet                  July 5, 2002        2         4

Chai Vang                             Nov. 21, 2004     6         2

Ali Hassan Abu Kamal           Feb. 23, 1997     1          6

Mir Aimal Kansi                      Jan. 25, 1993     2          3

Jorge Galindo, Jose

Sandoval, Erick Vela              Sept. 26, 2002   5          1

Sulejman Talovic                    Feb. 12, 2007    5          4

Peter Odighizuwa                  Jan. 16, 2002     3        34

Seung-Hui Cho                       April 16, 2007   32       21

Total                                                           75      68

About the author

James Fulford is a columnist for VDARE.COM.

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