Try and guess what these guys all have in common aside from being lowlife dregs and would anybody be surprised that none of the detailed reports about their brutal crimes and thievery mention one word about their ethnicities?
Aweis Haji-Mohamed, a/k/a Son Son – in 2018, pleaded to 35 year prison sentence
He is described as a “man at the heart of violent crime activity in the [Nashville] J.C. Napier and Tony Sudekum Public Housing neighborhoods” Indicted in 2016, Son-Son was indicted in July 2016, charged charged with a variety of federal firearms offenses relating to his involvement in an on-going violent crime wave, including armed robberies and murders. He was also into robbing cocaine dealers.
“On January 24, 2015, Haji-Mohamed entered a house on Joseph St., in Nashville, armed with a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun and looking for a Bloods gang member that he had been in an argument with earlier, as a result of Haji-Mohamed stealing a gun from another Bloods Gang member. The house was occupied by the gang member’s elderly grandmother and other persons, including several juveniles and a disabled child. Not finding the person he was looking for, Haji-Mohamed fired numerous rounds into the walls and floor before leaving the house.”
Several days later, he found the cocaine dealer he was looking for and murdered him by shooting him in the head.
It doesn’t seem much of a stretch to suggest that this guy is Somali.
Mohamed Almahmmody – arrested in 2015 and in January 2018, was found guilty of premeditated murder and three counts of aggravated assault.
This guy’s name strongly suggests he is Iraqi although he could be Kurdish. Another reason to think he might be Kurdish is because he was being investigated by the Nashville Gang Unit.
In 2007, the Kurdish Pride Gang (KPG) which grew out of the Nashville refugee Kurdish enclave, shined a different spotlight on the Kurdish community. Police described gang members as “increasingly vicious and brazen.” Gang experts warn that gangs made up of people that come from war-torn countries pose a “unique problem” because they are desensitized to violence and dismissive of authority.
In 2012, Metro police used a new tactic to break the KPG gang. A judge ruled the gang a public nuisance.
“Based on a lengthy investigation by the police department’s Gang Unit, the Metropolitan Legal Department this morning filed the lawsuit in Davidson County Criminal Court. It alleges KPG members are known to engage in vandalism, assaults, the illegal possession and discharge of guns, burglaries, witness intimidation, street robberies, conspiracy to commit murder, threatening police officers, gambling, arson and fraud. The investigation found that many of those acts take place on a regular basis in order to maintain power over the community, recruit new members, and threaten and intimidate citizens to keep silent about KPG activities.”
Of course, this never stopped Nashville’s Kurdish activists including Remziya Suleyman, Drost Kokoye and Kasar Abdullah, who helped launch the American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) and its sister organization American Center for Outreach (ACO) from downplaying the existence and activities of the KPG.
Last year, Jiyayi Suleyman, Metro Nashville’s first Kurdish policeman, was charged with 57 counts of official misconduct and accused of KPG member.
Suleyman’s sister Remziya, was among the most aggressive pro-Islamist activists in Nashville – thankfully she doesn’t live her anymore. In fact, most of the pro-Islamist activism has been initiated and led by members of the Nashville Kurdish community actively abetted by Nashville’s Somali community.
Last week a quad of thugs – Adam Mohamed, Amir Adam, Jamal Abdillahi and Sakariy Mohamed – also a safe bet they are Somalis.
These thugs, were involved in a car-jacking, attempted robberies, assault – all committed while pointing a gun at their intended victims.
Amir Adam was reported to be free on $3,500 bond. “At the time of his arrest, he was already free on a $6,500 bond for his March 18th arrest fo unlawful drug and handgun possession.”
It has become a pretty standard practice that when it appears that individuals of a certain, very specific, most likely, ethnicity and/or faith group, are involved in distasteful behavior, that information is not released for public reporting.
That being said, there is no way to know whether these lowlifes were born here or were imported via the Catholic Charities of TN (CCTN) refugee resettlement program which is credited with bringing Somali refugees to Nashville.
Two of the lowlifes involved in last week’s crime are reported to be 19 years old and the other two, 17 years old, making them “juveniles” for purposes of criminal law. Of course, there is absolutely no way to be sure that these ages are even accurate. Many refugees have no knowledge of their birth dates or documentation listing their actual birthdays and end up being assigned a January 1 birthday when they arrive in the U.S.
The FBI’s 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment noted that Somali nationals involved in gang activity were mostly refugees and that Somali gang activity was reported in Nashville.
“Somali gangs tend to align and adopt gang names based on clan or tribe, although a few have joined national gangs such as the Crips and Bloods…
Somalian gangs are involved in drug and weapons trafficking, human trafficking, credit card fraud, prostitution, and violent crime. Homicides involving Somali victims are often the result of clan feuds between gang members. Sex trafficking of females across jurisdictional and state borders for the purpose of prostitution is also a growing trend among Somalian gangs.”
Minneapolis, the city with the highest concentration of Somalis in the U.S. was reported to have experienced a dramatic increase last year in violent crimes because of Somali gang activity.