A Seattle man who used a dating app to
lure a gay male couple to their deaths says it was part of a revenge
plot against the government of the United States.
Ali Muhammad Brown has confessed to
killing four people, including the gay couple in Seattle, a college
student in New Jersey and a 30-year-old man in Skyway, Washington.
Los Angeles Times reported that court documents reveal that
Brown told investigators that he killed the four men out of vengeance
against the U.S. government for its actions in Syria, Afghanistan and
“My mission is my mission between me
and my lord. That's it,” said Brown, who is currently in custody
in New Jersey. “My mission is vengeance, for the lives, millions
of lives are lost every day.”
“All these lives are taken every
single day by America, by this government. So a life for a life.”
Using a dating app, Brown, 29, on June
1 lured Dwone Anderson-Young and Ahmed Said to a Seattle nightclub,
where he shot both of them at close range with a handgun police
believe he stole from the mother of his children.
Court filings describe Brown as having
“essentially executed” the couple.