On Wednesday evening, two Boston Police officers were shot by Kirk Figueroa after responding to a domestic disturbance call. Figueroa is now dead and the two officers are recovering from bad injuries. And that’s about all the mainstream media want everyone to know.
However, Boston’s WCVB 5’s investigation has uncovered a much different picture of Figueroa including his Islamic faith. That fact is missing from nearly every major news site that this author searched.
From the report:
He took on an alias as he experienced what he called an Islamic "rebirth" in Africa.
The aliases, along with his seeming obsession with police and security, help make Figueroa a picture of contradictions and confusion: a 33-year-old man who started at least three companies in Florida and other states focused on security and protection who yesterday nearly killed two police officers responding to a domestic violence call.
5 Investigates uncovered a job posting for "Police Protection" for one of those companies, Bailrunners. In it, Figueroa identifies himself as Muhummed Isa Al Mahdi. The ad said Al Mahdi was looking for people interested in helping him "hunt down fugitives and bring them to justice [‘to protect Black-owned businesses.’]“
5 Investigates also discovered a posting from Muhummed Isa on a website guide for mosques from October 2012. Isa wrote about his "rebirth as a baby into the Nation of Islam" following a trip to an area of Ethiopia and a mosque in South Africa.
Isa went on, writing that his unique and blessed journey was prepared and guided by Allah.
Most recently, Figueroa was using the name Kocoa Xango on social media, identifying himself as a police constable. His last post under that name came just a few hours before the fatal shooting, posting a video by Michelle Obama and then a picture of himself after getting a haircut.
So, the shooter was a Democrat and inspired by the words of the Obamas, who back the anti-police Black Lives Matter and constantly defend Islam as a religion of peace.
There were also “numerous videos [posted] about police shootings” and a video of Figueroa rapping under yet another alias, Kham Menkaure Hotep.
The shooter was very interested in security and police affairs, WCVB 5 learned. He took classes on Homeland Security and tactical baton use. His criminal past included impersonating a police officer and a private investigator as well as arson charges. He made various attempts to work in the law enforcement industry and worked “for about a week as a correction officer in West Virginia in 2014,” according to the report. The car towed away from his home after his shootout with officers, in which he was wearing body armor and was armed with a tactical shotgun, looked like an undercover police car.
Watch the investigative report here and see what the mainstream media apparently doesn’t want you to know.