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United States of America VIDEOs-Muslim Fanatic Attacks US Military Centers >Kills 4 -Injures Others

Pictured: Gunman Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, 24, Who Killed Four Marines and Injured One Cop After Shooting up two Tennessee Military Centers with a 'High-Powered Rifle' - Before Being Shot Dead

  • Marines were killed after the suspect opened fire in Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • At least three others, including a police officer, were also injured
  • The now-deceased suspect is 24-year-old Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez
  • He was a college graduate with a degree in electrical engineering
  • Abdulazeez is reportedly a naturalized U.S. citizen originally from Kuwait
  • Two unidentified females have now been arrested and led away in handcuffs from the shooter's home
  • Shots were fired at a strip mall on Lee Highway just before 11am
  • Situation then moved several miles north to a U.S. Naval Reserve Center
  • Abdulazeez was then shot dead by members of the local police department
  • Homeland Security has stepped up security at buildings across the country
Daily Mail UK, 16 July 2015




Four Marines were killed this morning, when a gunman named as Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, 24, pictured center with his family, opened fire on military recruitment offices and a U.S. Naval Reserve Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
He also shot a cop named Dennis Pedigo (pictured, right) hitting him in the ankle. He is expected to ankle a full recovery. Witnesses said they saw a single man fire a high-powered rifle at a military office in a strip mall from a convertible silver Mustang, before speeding away, around 10:50am.

The shooter then drove about eight miles north to a U.S. Naval Reserve Center where all of the victims were shot dead. Authorities announced the shooting was over at 1:30pm, after the shooter died. However, they have not yet revealed whether he committed suicide or was shot dead by law enforcement.

In addition to the four Marines that were killed, a police officer and soldier were also injured, according to local officials. The FBI and ATF dispatched agents to the scene and Homeland Security and the Pentagon said they were aware of the situation. President Obama has also been briefed on the incident.


The heavily-armed gunman opened fire on two military centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee in what is being described as an 'act of domestic terrorism'.

Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, originally from Kuwait, first opened fire at a recruitment center before driving eight miles north in a Ford Mustang to a U.S. Naval Reserve Center.

There he fatally shot the four Marines before a local police officer shot and killed him.
At least three others - including Chattanooga Police Officer Dennis Pedigo - were also injured. Pedigo is said to be in a stable condition.

Law enforcement have swarmed the house in a neighborhood around a 15-minute drive away from the scene, believed to belong to Abdulazeez's family.
Witnesses saw officers with weapons drawn at the house and two unidentified females were led away in handcuffs.

Government agencies are now trying to determine the motives behind his attack and whether he was inspired by ISIS.



The attack came on the last day of the holy Muslim festival Ramadan, a period during which leaders of the terrorist group asked for more lone wolf attacks.
Homeland Security has stepped up security at military buildings across the country as a result. The NYPD have also increased their presence at 'sensitive areas' - including recruitment centers and landmarks.

Abdulazeez was a naturalized citizen who was brought up in Jordan and came to the United States with his family in 1996.
A spokesman for the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, said that a man named Youssuf Abdulazeez attended the school and graduated in 2012 with a degree in electrical engineering.
Pictures on social media have emerged of him at his graduation and celebrating with members of his family in 2012.

The 24-year old, who lived just a few miles across the river in the beautiful neighborhood of Hixson, Tennessee, smirked in his mugshot when he was arrested for driving under the influence in April.


Law enforcement have swarmed a house in a neighborhood around a 15-minute drive away from the scene, believed to belong to Abdulazeez's family.
Witnesses saw officers with weapons drawn at the house and two women were led away in handcuffs.



In his yearbook entry for Red Bank High School, where he was a starter for the varsity wrestling team, he wrote between two pictures of himself: 'My name causes national security alerts. What does yours do?'

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Family: Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez (back row in orange shirt) poses for a picture with his family by the river banks of Chattanooga









Happy student: Youssuf Abdulazeez attended the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga and graduated in 2012 with a degree in engineering






Yearbook photo: Youssuf Abdulazeez wrote between two pictures of himself: 'My name causes national security alerts. What does yours do?'









Hobbies: A video purportedly shows him in a MMA fight in Chattanooga. (He is the fighter in the dark hair)



According to online profiles and a YouTube video, he became an amateur Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter when he left school.

Abdulazeez's father, Youssuf Abdullazeez, was appointed as a 'special policeman' for Chattanooga's Department of Public Works in March 2005.


A woman who was at school with Abdulazeez said he was a quiet kid, but well-liked.
Karen Wagner told the Times Free Press:

'He was friendly, funny, kind,' said Kagan Wagner. 'I never would have thought it would would be him.'
'They were your average Chattanooga family,' she added.

Kevin Emily, his high school wrestling coach, told CNN he was just a 'normal', 'humble' student who would sometimes miss practice because he had to pray.
He described how his mother and father would come and watch his fights on a regular basis .
'There were no red flags about anything. We had a tight bond together.'

The shooting started just before 11am on Thursday, when witnesses saw a single man drive into a strip mall and use a high-powered shotgun to fire more than a dozen rounds at a military recruitment office from his silver convertible Mustang.

The shooter then fled the scene in his rented silver Ford Mustang and drove about eight miles north to a U.S. Naval Reserve center where he opened fire again, killing four Marines.

At an afternoon press conference, officials confirmed that there was no longer any risk to the community because the shooter had died.
They refused to reveal whether he committed suicide or was shot dead by law enforcement.

The FBI and ATF dispatched agents to the scene and Homeland Security and the Pentagon said they were aware of the situation.

President Obama was briefed on the incident and opened an investigation to be led by the FBI.
He also urged the Department of Defense officials at bases around the country to remain 'vigilant' in the wake of the attack.
In a short statement, he said:

'It is a heartbreaking circumstance for these individuals that served our country with great valor to be killed in this fashion.'








Four Marines were killed on Thursday when a gunman opened fire on two military centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee






Officials had not officially named the suspect, but local reporters are naming the shooter as 24-year-old Muhammah Abdulazeez, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Kuwait






The shooting started just before 11am when witnesses saw a gunman pull into a local strip mall and start firing several rounds into the offices of a military recruitment center






Those inside were likely unarmed since a sign on the door said it was a gun-free zone





A pastor prays over a sobbing citizen outside the recruitment center that was targeted during the attack





Above, the silver convertible that witnesses described seeing the gunman drive during the morning shooting






The gunman then fled and drove about eight miles north to a U.S. Naval Reserve center, where he killed four Marines









Chattanooga Police Officer Dennis Pedigo has been identified as one of the people injured in the shooting. He is reportedly in stable condition at the hospital



Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said:

'It is with a heavy heart that I learned of today's tragic events in Chattanooga.
'My thoughts and prayers - along with those of the men and women of the Department of Defense - are with the families of those killed in this senseless act of violence and with all those touched by this tragedy, including our Navy and Marine Corps family.
'I am grateful to local law enforcement for their swift response. The department will continue to work with local law enforcement as they investigate this heinous crime and will support our military families in their time of grief.'

New York Police Department Deputy Commissioner Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller released a statement saying there would be heightened police presence in 'sensitive areas', including recruiting stations and landmarks.

'The NYPD has deployed an increased number of Critical Response Vehicles (CRV) to provide additional coverage at military recruiting stations and other sensitive locations in the City of New York.
'While we have no specific information about any plot against the city, until we learn more about the attack we have placed additional officers in key locations.'

'We have been in regular contact with Tennessee authorities, the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force and the intelligence community.
News of the shooting broke around 11:30am when Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke tweeted: 'Horrific incident in our community. We will release details as they are confirmed. Prayers to all those affected'.

At an afternoon press conference, officials remained tight-lipped about details of the shooting, but said that it was being investigated as an 'act of domestic terrorism'.
They wouldn't divulge what kind of weapons the shooter was using, but did confirm that he had multiple weapons on his person.








Police block a street near the home of suspected shooter Muhammod Youssuf Abdulazeez in Chattanooga






A police officer patrols the parking lot where the gunman opened fire on a set of military recruitment offices on Thursday






Reserve Recruitment personnel stand outside a Navy recruiting building as the area is cordoned off with blue shell casing markers in the parking lot on Thursday






Chattanooga police talk to Reserve Recruitment Center personnel at the Lee Hwy office. At least two military facilities in Tennessee were attacked in shootings Thursday, including one at a Navy recruiting building, officials said






Cricket Wireless store employees look out their door next to the Reserve Recruitment Center as the area is cordoned off after a shooting on Thursday


The investigation is being coordinated by the FBI, since crimes on military centers are under federal jurisdiction.

The shooting allegedly started at military recruitment offices in a strip mall off Lee Highway and then moved about eight north to the U.S. Naval Reserve Center on Amnicola Highway.
That center sits between the highway and a pathway that runs through Tennessee RiverPark, a popular park at a bend in the Tennessee River northeast of downtown Chattanooga. It's in a light industrial area that includes a Coca-Cola bottling plant and Binswanger Glass.

The two entrances to the fenced facility have unmanned gates and concrete barriers that require approaching cars to slow down to drive around them.








Police officers with rifles kneel on the ground near the scene of the active shooting on Amnicola Highway in Chattanooga, Tennessee - near the Naval Reserve Center





Witnesses said that they saw a man in a silver Mustang open fire on the military recruitment centers just before 11am. Above, officers near the scene of the U.S. Naval Center about nine miles north of the strip mall



Bullet holes seen at Tennessee military recruiting center
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Eyewitness, Gina Mule, who works near to the recruitment center said she saw the gunman fire at the offices.
Speaking to CNN, Mule said she was eating in a restaurant when a man 'with a high-powered rifle' began firing around 10:50am.

April Grimmett shared a picture of the bullet-ridden frontage of the recruitment center after hearing rapid gunfire coming from the vicinity.
'Shortly after that we heard the shot. It was very loud and very fast,' she said.

Grimmett added that the shooter appeared to be talking on the phone during the attack.
'I could not believe how many bullet holes were in that door. It was insane.'

One other witness, Erica Wright, told CNN that she was working in a hair salon near the center and saw and heard the gunman.
'We heard one pop, one really loud pop. We went to the door and there was several other pops after that and we looked two doors down and we saw a guy in a silver mustang unloading on the recruiter's office,' she said.

Wright added that he reloaded once or twice.





Police and emergency vehicles block Amnicola Highway after a morning shooting near the Naval Reserve Center, in Chattanooga, Tenn. on Thursday, July 16, 2015






Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Paul Clendenen guards the top of the C.B. Robinson Bridge at Amnicola Highway after a morning shooting near the Naval Reserve Center, in Chattanooga, Tenn. on Thursday, 16 July, 2015



An unidentified man who was in the parking lot of the strip mall told WTVC about the terrifying situation that unfolded in front of him.

'He just pulled up. I didn't think anything of it. … He lifted up his arms with a big black gun. It was one shot then it was endless shots, one after another, just unloading.'

Marilyn Hutcheson was with her friend taking a break when she told CNN that she heard '7 to 15 shots'.
'There was a barrage of fire once the police officers and everyone got here,' she said. 'They came across and put all of the buildings on lockdown. There was a lot of gunfire going on for quite a while.'

The shooting comes at a time of heightened security following terror warnings issued ahead of the Fourth of July weekend. Few details have been released about the shooting so far, but Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke tweeted around 11:30am: 'Horrific incident in our community. We will release details as they are confirmed. Prayers to all those affected'.

Reports of Gunfire in Military Recruitment Offices in Tennessee



Bullet Holes Seen at Tennessee Military Recruiting Center


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