|Iranian boy terrorist Mohammad Jabar|
The teenager, a naturalized Australian who arrived with his family from Iran, had walked to the police headquarters in Charles Street from his home in North Parramatta before opening fire on a civilian police employee. The ‘radicalised’ Muslim youth gunned down police finance department employee and father-of-two Curtis Cheng at close range before being killed by a police officer.
En route to the killing the youth, originally from Iran, had visited Parramatta Mosque, The Daily Telegraph reported. Witnesses of the attack on Friday afternoon said after the killing, the teen paraded in front of the police station with his weapon chanting ‘Allah, Allah’, it was reported.
The assailant, dressed all in black, fired a number of shots at special constables guarding the NSW Police station in Sydney, before he was gunned down and killed by one of the officers. Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said Mr Cheng was ‘simply leaving work’ when he was shot in the back of the head by the gunman who was wearing ‘dark trousers and a flowing top’.
The gunman who shot dead a police staffer was a 15-year-old who had visited Parramatta Mosque on his way to commit murder. The teenager, a naturalised Australian of Iraqi-Kurdish background who arrived with his family from Iran, had walked to the police headquarters in Charles Street from his home in north Parramatta before opening fire on a civilian police employee.
The victim was identified as Curtis Cheng, a 17-year veteran of the police finance department, Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said today. Mr Cheng — a father-of-two, of a son and a daughter — was shot in point blank range by the teen as he left work yesterday just after 4.30pm.
|Parramatta Mosque where the boy-terrorist was radicalized.|
“We don’t know him,” he said, adding that he reviewed CCTV footage from his mosque to try to establish when he came onto the premises. “I looked at the footage, we stayed until the late night. We have 400-500 people coming every day. We don’t accept what he did, it’s a crime.”
The notorious Parramatta Sunni mosque where the Muslim teenager was apparently radicalised is about 15 minutes walk from the State Crime Command headquarters on Charles Street. After Muslim prayers there at the mosque he changed his dress to ISIS Islamist garb of black trouser and black flowing top as if he was going to war against Australian law enforcement. He then walked down Charles Street and killed Curtis Chen.
|Murdered victim Curtis Cheng (Far-left) and his family.|