Brandon Figures-Mormon a 22 year old Marine vet who allegedly ran down two police officers in D.C.’s Adams Morgan neighborhood Thursday night has bashed President Donald J. Trump, supported Obama and the Black Lives Matter terrorist organization and celebrated the mystic Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh U.S. authorities deported in 1985 after Rajneesh’s Oregon cult the Rajneeshees committed the largest bioterror attack in the nation’s history—a review of Figures-Mormon’s Facebook activity reveals.
Federal prosecutors say Figures-Mormon plowed into D.C. police officers Richard Duranne and Alen Bukvic, along with another man—critically injuring Officer Bukvic—with recent auto slayings in Nice, France and London leading law enforcement to not yet rule out terrorist motives.
The D.C. car attack suspect’s Facebook page features myriad image quotes from Indian cult leader Rajneesh, or Osho, whose followers poisoned over 700 Oregonians with salmonella in 1984 to interfere with county elections. Here’s just one of the image quotes:
“Death,” it reads, “is the ultimate crescendo of life.”
According to the mayor of Osho’s cult town in Jonathan Tucker’s book “Toxic Terror,” [Rajneesh’s assistant] Sheela [Silverman] said that Bhagwan [roughly, Sanskrit for “blessed one”] [Rajneesh] commented that it was best not to hurt people, but if a few died [from the bioterror attack] not to worry.”
The suspect doesn’t seem to like President Trump too much, judging based on this “Guardians of the Galaxy” meme he reposted denying that President Trump will make America great again.
In the wake of Figures-Mormon’s suspected anti-police attack, the D.C. U.S. attorney’s office charged him with assault with intent to kill and possession of unregistered firearm/unlawful possession of a firearm or destructive device—Figures-Mormon had a AK-47 variant in the back of his truck at the time of his arrest.
In early May, his Facebook feed became the site of a repost supporting the Islamic subsect Nation of Islam theory that an ancient scientist named Yakub bioengineered white people to be predators.
On Tuesday, Figures-Mormon shared a Facebook video from “liberal redneck” Trae Crowder in solidarity with Black Lives Matter—Crowder claiming that rednecks themselves “always” have a gun in “the truck.”
The video supports hating police officers:
Rednecks, help me out here: When did we start liking cops? I must have missed the memo on that one, boys. Yeah, for those of you who don’t know, rednecks and the police are natural enemies and pretty much always have been.
[I]magine for a second that instead of busting us for trying to sell our food stamps for weed money they were busting our heads open for resisting arresting … or they were murdering rednecks in front of kids because we had a gun in the truck, which we always do. What would we say then?
“So here’s to you, President Obama,” added Crowder. “You were better than we deserved.”
Interestingly, on May 31st, the Adams Morgan police attack terror suspect reposted an image of an article about a police muscle car. A comment in that image reads: “This cop gona [sic] pull up to the crime scene and hit all the witnesses.”
Many of Figures-Mormon’s posts strongly suggest an obsession with marijuana and hallucinogens—in line with a statement from his Thursday truck passenger that he had just “been to a club and smoked something.”
Stay tuned for more.
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