Unrepentant: ‘The FBI were the ones who actually killed those 13 people’
LEHIGH ACRES, Fla. – A Florida man claiming to be the apostle Peter reborn is coming under FBI scrutiny after trying to send a dozen yellow roses to the alleged gunman of the Fort Hood massacre, whom he’s calling a “hero.”
Dan Ross, 61, of Lehigh Acres, is standing by his action which began the day after the carnage in Texas, where 13 people (14 when including an unborn baby) lost their lives when Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan allegedly opened fire.
“That’s part of Christianity, is you’re supposed to love your enemies and do good to them. And so by my doing that I was immediately labeled a terrorist,” Ross told NBC affiliate WBBH-TV in Fort Myers.
“The FBI came by and thought I was on drugs. I said, ‘In this day and age we have telephones. You could have called me up. You’re here just to intimidate me.’ We’re supposed to be free from fear and we’re supposed to have the right – freedom of religion, free from fear, freedom of speech, and here they are.”
Ross is placing more blame on the bureau’s failure to prevent the tragedy than Hasan, a Muslim with connections to extremists supporting terrorism.
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