Islamic terrorism


2.40 mark a Chinese man says he heard the man yell allahu Akbar, then at the very end the journalist ponders the question of who the man was and why he did it. Most noticeably the LA Times article never even mentions the allah akbar at all. KGS

Vlads take:

Hollywood shootout: Gunman calmly targeted drivers, pedestrians

A gunman pointed his weapon at more than a dozen people Friday as he randomly opened fire on drivers and pedestrians in Hollywood before being fatally shot by Los Angeles Police Department officers.

Video shows the gunman calmly pointing his handgun and opening fire on passing cars near Vine Street and Sunset Boulevard near the ArcLight Cinema.

A man driving a Mercedes was shot in the jaw and taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he was in critical condition. He is expected to survive.

Video: Witness captures dramatic footage of shooting

The scene resembled a fast-moving Hollywood production, said some witnesses, leaving them with the sensation that they’d witnessed something surreal.

“When I heard it, I didn’t react to it being real,” said Greg Watkins, a student at the nearby Los Angeles Recording School who was walking on the street and had just taken off his headphones to take a call from his girlfriend when the shooting began.

“This is Hollywood, and they do film stuff all the time,” he said, standing near the ArcLight Cinemas. “I honestly thought they were filming something.”

Serge Durand, who said he was visiting from Atlanta, filmed the attacks from a friend’s apartment above the intersection. In the video, a gray car swerves to avoid the shooter as he points what appears to be a weapon at the car.

“Is this the end?” Durand said he heard the shooter exclaim.


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  1. Hollywood shootout: Gunman identified as 26-year-old 10, 2011
    The Los Angeles County Coroner’s office has identified the man who shot at motorists in Hollywood Friday morning, wounding one, before he was shot and killed by police.
    Tyler Brehm, 26, died near the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street minutes after wandering up the street firing a handgun.

    The incident, filmed by dozens at the busy intersection, brought police officers from across the city and clogged traffic for hours.

    A Facebook member by the name of Tyler Brehm is listed as living in Hollywood and being from Carlisle, Penn.

    On Tuesday, the site lists him as switching his status from “in a relationship” to “single.”

    The Facebook page has a photo album titled “Cali Dreams” apparently of a trip he took to California in 2009. He’d recently changed his hometown to Carlisle and listed his place of residence as Hollywood.

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