A crime in Oklahoma gets national attention as the suspect has beheaded his victim, raising parallels to ISIS.
A crime at an Oklahoma food plant makes national headlines. The suspect has killed a woman on Thursday and severed her head off. The beheading raises parallels to the cruel beheadings of ISIS in the past weeks. The incident at the food-plant are though not linked to terrorism.
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In a press-conference today Police said that 30-year-old Alton Alexander Nolen was fired before the attack. He entered the plant and killed a random person that was standing in his way. When he stabbed a second woman, he got shot by the Mark Vaughan, COO of the company, who is a also an Oklahoma County reserve deputy.
The suspect is got hospitalized with two gunshot wounds. Police revealed that Mr. Nolen was trying to convert co-workers to Islam. The FBI is reportedly looking closer at the Islam ties of the suspect.
Vaughan Foods issued a statement Thursday after the attack. "We are shocked and deeply saddened by the events, said spokeswoman Danielle Katcher. "Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the team member we lost and all those affected."
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Watch the press-conference on CNN.