We’re all just misunderstanding this Islamist psychopath. He’s really a good kid who’s merely misunderstood.
The mother of the Oklahoma beheading suspect has appeared in a video online in which she apologizes to his alleged victims, but insists ‘there are two sides to every story’.
Her son, Alton Alexander Nolen, is set to be charged tomorrow with first degree murder for the killing of Colleen Hufford, 54, at the Vaughan Foods Facility in Moore on Thursday.
Nolen will also face a charge of assault and battery with a deadly weapon for the stabbing of Traci Johnson, 43.
In the clip posted on Facebook, Nolen’s mother Joyce Nolen discusses her son with a sense of disbelief.
‘My heart is just so heavy right now,’ Joyce Nolen said in the video on Saturday. ‘That’s not my son.’
Sitting in a dimly lit room next to Megan Nolen, one of the suspect’s sisters, she explains that her son was a ‘good kid’.
A “good kid” with a lengthy rap sheet now facing a first-degree murder charge.
‘That’s not my son. There is two sides to every story and we are only hearing one.’
Yes, the victim probably had it coming. Meanwhile, his sister is just as dense as the mother.
Megan Nolen insists her brother is a ‘great person’ who has never been violent and asks the viewers keep the Nolan family ‘in their prayers.’
Forget the victims, let’s instead keep the killer’s family in our prayers. Sure. Meanwhile, Team Obama finally commented on this act of terror and failed to call it an act of terror.
An FBI investigation into the incident is still pending, and Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken told Fox News it is not known whether the act was one of terror.
On Nolen’s Facebook page, listed under the name Jah’Keem Yisrael, he posted photos of Osama bin Laden and Taliban fighters, along with posts condemning a variety of aspects of American life.
Just some pesky workplace violence.