The following is the social media post made by the brother of the Islamic terrorist who hoped to behead a local Boston police officer. When his plot was uncovered, he attacked police with the very knife he had hoped to obtain Islamic fame by murder.
Here is the post with analysis following:
"Your Prayers Requested
This morning while at the bus stop in Boston, my youngest brother Usaama Rahim was waiting for the bus to go to his job. He was confronted by three Boston Police officers and subsequently shot in the back three times. He was on was on his cell phone with my dear father during the confrontation needing a witness. His last words to my father who heard the shots were:
I can’t breathe!
While at the hospital, Usaama Rahim died!
From Allah we come, and to Allah we return.
Imam Ibrahim Rahim"
Three police officers can fire three shots, on third street, at 3PM. Yet it is its inclusion that is related to deception.
Note the unnecessary explanation of why his brother was at a bus stop. This shows that he likely anticipated being asked, "Why was he at the bus stop?", making the location, itself, "sensitive" to the author. We learned why this was sensitive later on when police responded.
Note "I can't breathe!" inclusion may call to mind other protests against police. Is this deceptive writer hoping for another protest, or "Hands Up!" reaction by the intended audience of this post?