Wednesday, November 23, 2016

James Dale Ritchie Alaska Terrorist Spree Killer

James Dale Ritchie Alaska Apparent Terrorist Spree Killer --- ===

Alternative theory - was there a terrorist motive in serial killings and ambush shooting of police officer or no motive at all?

6 killed including suspect killed by police, 1 injured November 12, 2016 James Dale Ritchie Alaska Terrorist Spree Killer James Dale Ritchie (white) was shot and killed in shootout after he shot officer Arn Salao four times in his car in an ambush investigating a call over an unpaid cab fare. The weapon recovered was a Colt Python .357 that was linked to 5 killings including 2 double homicides. Victims have been identified as Brianna Foisy, 20, and Jason Netter, 41, both killed on a bike path on July 3; Treyveonkindell Thompson, 21, shot to death on an isolated street on July 28; and Kevin Turner, 34, and Bryant DeHusson, 25, who were gunned down at the Valley of the Moon Park on August 28. Authorities have given no motive for the killing spree, nor speculated on any possible terrorist motive.

*timeline of terror

have been identified as Brianna Foisy, 20, and Jason Netter, 41, both killed on a bike path on July 3;  and

  • November 12, 2016 James Dale Ritchie killed in police shootout after ambush shooting of police officer, his gun is linked to 5 other homicides
  • August 28, 2016 Kevin Turner, 34, and Bryant DeHusson, 25, who were gunned down at the Valley of the Moon Park 
  • July 28, 2016 Treyveonkindell Thompson, 21, shot to death on an isolated street
  • July 3, 2016 Brianna Foisy, 20, and Jason Netter, 41, both killed on a bike path on July 3; 


*Sources

1 gun linked to 5 killings: Weapon recovered in officer shooting tied to terrorist killing spree multiple Anchorage homicides Alaska Dispatch News At right is a handout photo of James Dale Ritchie, who was killed by police Saturday after a police officer was shot downtown. 'I've ruined my life': Suspect in officer shooting was East High grad with criminal record. gun used to shoot a police officer Saturday morning was the same weapon used in at least five homicides in the city so far this year, including two unsolved double homicides, and e slaying of Treyveonkindell Thompson on July 29, 2016 Anchorage police said Tuesday. The Anchorage Police Department officer who was wounded, Arn Salao, was shot four times and underwent two surgeries after the confrontation, but was recovering and expected to survive. The suspect, 40-year-old James Dale Ritchie, was killed after Salao and Sgt. Marc Patzke — who arrived during the shootout — returned fire, police said. "We know from our investigation in the last 78 hours that the gun used to attempt to kill officer Salao was the same gun used in five other homicides here in Anchorage in 2016,

 James Dale Ritchie, who was killed by police Saturday after a police officer was shot downtown. Police recovered a handgun at the scene of that shooting linked to five other homicides,


*Reference

List of killings by law enforcement officers in the United States, November 2016
2016-11-12James Dale RitchieAnchorage, AlaskaSuspect was shot and killed in shootout after he shot officer Arn Salao four times in his car in an ambush investigating a call over an unpaid cab fare. Weapon was recovered and linked to five homicides including two unsolved double homicides, and slaying of Treyveonkindell Thompson on July 29, 2016[12]

At left, a police sketch depicts a ‘person of interest’ in the slaying of Treyveonkindell Thompson on July 29, 2016. At right is a handout photo of James Dale Ritchie, who was killed by police Saturday after a police officer was shot downtown. Police recovered a handgun at the scene of that shooting linked to five other homicides, including that of Thompson. Police said they have not yet determined if Ritchie is the person who killed Thompson. (Handout photos / Anchorage Police Department)



November 12, 2016 1 gun, 5 killings: Weapon recovered in officer shooting tied to terrorist killing spree multiple Anchorage homicides Alaska Dispatch News At right is a handout photo of James Dale Ritchie, who was killed by police Saturday after a police officer was shot downtown. 'I've ruined my life': Suspect in officer shooting was East High grad with criminal record. gun used to shoot a police officer Saturday morning was the same weapon used in at least five homicides in the city so far this year, including two unsolved double homicides, and e slaying of Treyveonkindell Thompson on July 29, 2016 Anchorage police said Tuesday. The Anchorage Police Department officer who was wounded, Arn Salao, was shot four times and underwent two surgeries after the confrontation, but was recovering and expected to survive. The suspect, 40-year-old James Dale Ritchie, was killed after Salao and Sgt. Marc Patzke — who arrived during the shootout — returned fire, police said. "We know from our investigation in the last 78 hours that the gun used to attempt to kill officer Salao was the same gun used in five other homicides here in Anchorage in 2016,


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I've ruined my life': Suspect in officer shooting was East High grad with criminal record Alaska Dispatch News
 Author: Ben Anderson, Michelle Theriault Boots   Updated: 6 days ago   Published November 15

 five homicides are:

• The July 3 killings of Brianna Foisy, 20, and Jason Netter Sr., 41, on a bike path near Ship Creek;

• The July 29 death of 21-year-old Treyveonkindell Thompson on Bolin Street in East Anchorage;

• The double homicide of Kevin S. Turner, 34, and Bryant "Brie" DeHusson, 25, early on the morning of Aug. 28 at Valley of the Moon Park.

Tolley previously described Saturday's shooting as an "ambush" that came as the officer responded to a report of a theft suspect. Salao was shot while he was still inside his patrol vehicle, APD spokesperson Jennifer Castro said.