The parents of a New Jersey college student gunned down by a self-proclaimed homegrown jihadist who is a suspect in three other murders told Fox News, in an exclusive interview Wednesday, that they don’t believe the killer acted alone, but are unsure if their son is a victim of domestic terror.
Allison and Michael Tevlin, whose son Brendan was shot eight times June 25 while idling in his Jeep at a red light in West Orange, told Greta Van Susteren they don’t know what to make of suspect Ali Muhammad Brown’s claim that he killed their son to avenge U.S. military action in Iraq and Afghanistan. The murder has been characterized by some as a case of domestic terror, but it remains unclear if Brown, who was once linked to a suspected terror financing scheme, was a “lone wolf” inspired by jihadist rantings or part of a larger plot.
“We have been trying to just stay positive and think about, you know, how to remember Brendan.”
- Michael Tevlin, father of murdered college student
‘In some way, Brendan saved somebody’s life’: