Zero regrets and said he would do it again to rid world of non-Muslims.
A jury at the Cleveland County Court heard recorded interviews from 2014 of the Muslim man who beheaded a co-worker at a food processing plant in Oklahoma. The tapes revealed much about Alton Nolen and how it doesn’t take radicalization to find passages in the Koran that command to kill.
As Fox 25 News describes the audio, Nolen answered the police’s questions “in a very matter-of-fact way with seemingly little emotion.” Days earlier, he had cut off the head of 54-year-old Colleen Hufford and attempted to behead another female co-worker, but was shot and wounded by the then-owner of the plant. Nolen told investigators that he killed for Islam because the Koran instructed him to, not because someone “guided him in the religion.”
“He came to his beliefs on his own,” the report adds.
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