No one would ever try and burn down a churc–
Marc Lamparello has been identified as the 37-year-old man who was arrested by NYPD Counterterrorism officers after walking into the historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City with two gasoline cans just days after a fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Lamparello was taken into custody without incident at the seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of New York in midtown Manhattan Wednesday night, NBC New York reports.
Lamparello is a Boston College-educated philosophy professor who has been involved in the Catholic Church in the past. According to a bio for a recently published book he wrote, “A native of New Jersey, Marc Lamparello studied philosophy at Boston College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in 2004. Marc has been heavily engaged in the study of philosophy from an early age, and is currently working on two other book-length projects, including a witty dialogue on arguments for and against the existence of God, and a series of essays on the epistemology of practical motivation.”
Marc Lamparello, the 37-year-old man police say was arrested with gas, lighter fluid and lighters outside St. Patrick's Cathedral in Manhattan, is a philosophy professor, Boston College grad and recently the music director at a New Jersey Catholic church: https://t.co/6eKjojTpMk pic.twitter.com/mQDrprhmMZ
— Tom Cleary (@tomwcleary) April 18, 2019
No one was injured and there was no damage to the Neo-Gothic-style cathedral, which has stood as a symbol of the Roman Catholic Church in the heart of Manhattan since 1879. […]
“It’s too early to say that. It’s hard to say what exactly his intentions were,” Deputy Commissioner John Miller said at a briefing when asked if the incident was believed to be terrorism. “But I think the totality of circumstances of an individual walking into an iconic location like St. Patrick’s Cathedral, carrying over four gallons of gasoline, two bottles of lighter fluid and lighters is something that we would have great concern over. His story is not consistent. So he is in conversation with detectives right now. I think if you add to that the events in the iconic location, the fire of Notre Dame this week and all the publicity around that.” Miller said Lamparello did not mention the Notre Dame fire during his initial interaction with officers.
Nothing to see here, folks!
Around 7:55pm, a man walked into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan with gas cans and lighter fluid, and was subsequently apprehended by @NYPDCT without incident. We thank our partners for their help, and remember – if you see something, say something. pic.twitter.com/qEbmklnqzQ
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) April 18, 2019
Incidentally, this video went viral Wednesday on Twitter:
I came across this video. Can someone please explain what these people are doing? pic.twitter.com/GOvV5HHfKC
— Stormtrooper 🇺🇸 🇺🇸 🇺🇸 (@jdbstormtrooper) April 17, 2019
Took place in Egypt 2013 https://t.co/p4q2DZZ635
— Ziggersplat (@ziggersplat) April 17, 2019
From Fox News:
Newly-surfaced video from Egypt shows a Muslim mob storming a Coptic church, setting cars on fire and then toppling a cross atop the steeple, in a shocking attack that Christians say has been played out dozens of times since the ouster of Mohammad Morsi.
The video, obtained by MidEast Christian News, was shot Aug. 14 from a nearby building overlooking the diocese in the southern Egyptian city of Sohag. In the six-minute video, a crowd, incensed by the eviction of pro-Morsi supporters from camps in Cairo, masses outside the church. Several members of the group scale a wall and attack vehicles in a courtyard, setting several ablaze. The video culminates in the crown exhorting a man high up on the steeple to take down a cross, which he does.
Dozens of Coptic churches were attacked by members and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood in the wake of the military’s move against Morsi, who critics say was turning Egypt into an Islamist state. Christians make up about 10 percent of Egypt’s population of 80 million, but Morsi supporters blamed them for his ouster, according to Coptic leaders.
That’s the exact type of incident we’re now being assured never happens ever by the lyin’ media!
BuzzFeed lobbies for Big Tech to deplatform people for "misinformation".
Then engages in blatant misinformation by crafting an outright hoax that no one celebrated the Notre Dame fire. They did.
Under its own rules, BuzzFeed should be deplatformed.https://t.co/nx9QheuRKN
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) April 16, 2019