Facebook Group Created to Defend Milwaukee Man Accused of Plotting a Mass Shooting

A Facebook group was created on Thursday defending the innocence of a Milwaukee man accused of purchasing guns and plotting a mass shooting.

The group is called “Samy Hamzeh is not a terrorist.”

A post on the page by his family claims “certain people who want him to be in this situation.”

The page includes, also, a posting by his sister that he “will never be a terrorist.”

According to the page, Hamzeh worked two jobs most of the time to support his family. In addition the page claims, Hamzeh trusts to easily.

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“As you can see the two unmentioned FBI informers that everyone is talking about are Samy’s best friends. These two people gained my brother’s trust. They were hanging out together for a couple of years.”

The post goes on to say that the family believes Hamzeh was brain washed by the


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Sources Confirm the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center was the Target

Hamzeh is accused of plotting a mass shooting of the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center located at 790 North Van Buren Street.

The building houses a Children's Dyslexia Center and a bar / restaurant, called the Double Eagle Pub.

Hamzeh, 23, has been charged with possessing machine guns and a silencer.

According to the criminal complaint, Hamzeh learned meeting schedules and where people would be located during meetings. In a recorded conversation after they left, Hamzeh discussed his plans. 

"They are all Masonic; they are playing with the world like a game, man, and we are like asses, we don't know what is going on, these are the ones who are fighting, these are the ones who are fighting, these are the ones that needs to be killed, not the Shi'iat because these are the ones who are against us, these are the ones who are making living for us like hell."

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