A Tucson 18 year old, Mahin Khan, who was arrested last week by the FBI for conspiring with ISIS, was allegedly terrorizing other children in as early as the second grade. According to a former classmate, Khan threatened to shoot up the school in second grade.
The classmate, who works as an intern on the James T. Harris radio show, said that the school had a “pacifist” philosophy, and as a result only engaged in “long talks” with Mahin. After being forced to call the Tucson Police because the school failed to have a plan to protect students, the intern’s parents removed him from the school.
The intern said that his parents had hoped to talk to Mahin’s parents before they called the authorities, but the parents refused. It was understood that Mahin’s father condoned his behavior. That behavior included wanting to kill Jews, and wanting to fly an airplane into a skyscraper 9-11 style, according to the intern.
The Tucson charter school, attended by Tucson’s wannabe hipsters, is owned and operated by Sikhs, who strictly enforce a vegan pacifist lifestyle. Administrators tend to care more about whether a student might have surreptitiously brought in chicken nuggets for lunch rather than whether a child has vowed to kill Americans. The school touts the fact that it collaborates “with other community organizations such as YES 2 KIDS, The Arbinger Institute, The Center For Non-Violent Communication.”
“I think that it was the same disciplinary policy across the board,” said the intern. “I remember there was another kid that would choke other kids and nothing would happen.”
“He is the kind of kid you wouldn’t think about. He didn’t stick out. I tried to befriend the kid until he started saying bad things about Jews,” said the intern, who described him as otherwise indistinct.
“He would often pick on me, punch me. The last straw was that he grabbed me in a very inappropriate area to grab a man,” stated the intern. “He consistently tormented me and other students. He would bully and extort the other kids and he would threaten to blow up the school and dreamed of joining the Iraqi military and killing Americans. He even drew a picture of himself flying an airplane into the Empire State Building. Many parents including mine were concerned about him and complained about him, but the school didn’t seem to do anything to resolve it. My parents wound up calling the police after he grabbed me inappropriately.”