How Old Is the ’18-Year-Old’ Ohio State Terrorist Who Spent Seven Years in Pakistan?

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 at 7:53 am

Good question. How many 18-year-olds show such obvious baldness?

The Somali refugee who unleashed a brutal slashing rampage at the Ohio State University that left 11 injured on Monday, is just 18 years old according to NBC.

But with his balding hair, mustache and goatee, Abdul Razak Ali Artan has the appearance of someone who could be much older. 

Authorities have not yet verified the terror suspect’s age – but it is possible pretending to be younger could have helped Artan’s immigration status in the US.

Artan entered the U.S. in 2014 – when he was around 16, based on current reports of his age.

Since we have such rigorous and stringent screening processes (just ask Obama), how could someone who may not be who he claims to be slip in? Oh, and in what seems to be mostly ignored, this terrorist spent seven years in Pakistan before coming here.

A young terrorist with Pakistan links launched an attack at a US university using his car and a butcher’s knife injuring 11 people before being shot dead by a police officer.

The attack was carried out at the Ohio State University in Columbus by Abdul Razak Ali Artan.

Artan had spent seven years in Pakistan after leaving his native Somalia before coming to the US as a refugee two years ago.

We’re sure the “mainstream” media will be over in Pakistan at any minute digging up the details.

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2 Responses to “How Old Is the ’18-Year-Old’ Ohio State Terrorist Who Spent Seven Years in Pakistan?”

  1. fake news vs. the clicking baters on 29/29/16 at 11:28 am

    Didn’t the peaceful religion spreader see the safe space sign?
    Will sobama’s just us department bring charges against the cop for shooting his peaceful religion comrade.
    The lightworker messiah, president Wonderboy, he calls it Pockeyschtan.

  2. BikerDad on 1/01/16 at 3:52 pm

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but under international law, he is NOT a refugee.

    He found safe haven in Pakistan, thereby resolving his refugee status. Coming here was NOT a matter of seeking refuge, he’d already found it.