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'Freedom Can Go To Hell': Beheading Suspect's Facebook Foreshadowed Oklahoma Attack

| by Sarah Fruchtnicht

The Muslim man accused of beheading a female coworker and stabbing another woman at an Oklahoma food plant made numerous posts on his Facebook that foreshadowed the attack.

Alton Alexander Nolan, who called himself Jah’Keem Yisrael on Facebook, allegedly posted pictures of Osama bin Laden, a horrific beheading photo, and made aggressive statements to his fellow Muslims.

Nolan, 30, had been fired from the food plant earlier that day. Coworkers told investigators that he recently converted to Islam and attempted to convert some of his coworkers, too.

(via Daily Caller)

His Facebook shows a man who was vocal about his beliefs.

“Ima Tell You Off Top Im Not Your Friend My Friends Are At The Mosque All Around The World,” he wrote on Facebook.

(via New York Daily News)

There are many pictures of him in traditional religious clothing reading the Koran. His cover photo is of Taliban fighters, the Daily Caller reported.

(via Daily Caller)

“SHARIA LAW IS COMING!!!!” he wrote alongside a photo of Pope Benedict XVI.

In March, he posted a picture of a demonstrator holding a posting that said “Islam Will Dominate the World. Freedom Can Go To Hell.”

He also posted a picture of smoke rising from the World Trade Center on 9/11 with the caption: "Dnt yall knw why the Eastern part of the world hates Amerika? Everything God says don't do Amerika does. She (The statue Of Liberty) is going into flames. She and anybody who's with her."

Nolan has not yet been charged with a crime, the New York Daily News reported Saturday.

Sources: Daily Caller, New York Daily News

Image credit: Facebook

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