Aug 20 2011
"Freedom is just around the corner"- Chilling texts sent between husband of murdered Muslim woman and the husband's alleged lover who was also the likely shooter
Terrorist Front Group CAIR litigation jihadists were peeing their pants in joyful anticipation of the media circus that would erupt around a story that would classify the shootings as a ‘hate crime’ perpetrated by those white, Christian, anti-Muslim ‘Islamophobes.’ Not so fast.
UK DAILY MAIL – The husband of the murdered Pakistani woman also ‘wounded’ in the shootings said the gunmen called his family “terrorists” before opening fire. But police quickly determined that it was the husband himself who planned her murder in a series of chilling text messages, it has been claimed.
Kashif Parvaiz, 26, who has been charged after admitting he was involved in the killing of his wife Nazish Noorani, also 26, sent a series of messages to his alleged lover and gunwoman, Antoinette Stephen, which chart their movements in the hours before the attack.
Mrs Moorani was killed just three blocks from her sister’s house in the heavily Pakistani area of Boonton on Tuesday evening. The shooting left Parvaiz with four superficial gunshot wounds but he survived. The young boy, who was found covered in his parents’ blood, was unhurt.
Antoinette Stephen, an alleged mistress who lived in the same apartment building as the man has also been charged with murder after being seized by police in Boston.
The messages appear to show the lovers even staged a dry run before the shooting on Tuesday, checking how far away the local police station was in order to plot and escape route.
THE CHILLING TEXT PLOT
Friday, Aug. 12 11:34am
AS to KP: ‘You hang in there. Freedom is just around ur corner’
Sunday, Aug. 14 1:03pm
KP to AS: ‘Well I need to speak to you and explain to you how to approach the situation ill be depositing money tomorrow morning and ill see you tomorrow evening’
Monday, Aug. 15 10:07pm
KP to AS: ‘I can meet u I told Naz I ate too much and im going out for a walk where are u’
AS to KP: ‘Driving now… K text me when u in neighborhood… I’m down church street”
AS to KP: ‘I know, I saw. I’m driving to the nearest precinct. To judge their driving distance.’
KP to AS: ‘ull have a 10 mints head start’
AS to KP: ‘I know. its just that since we’re close to lubnas house plus they’re going to be awake, they’ll come out first. I’ll be running right their way. U need to… Stall for some time along the road a little away so they’re not alert’
KP to AS: ‘[I’m at the] McDonalds in Parsippany’
AS to KP: ‘oh s**t. Im parked near Naz’s home. Was going to walk the area.’
Tuesday, Aug. 16 [The day of the shooting]
KP to AS: Parvaiz wrote he was at Noorani’s sister’s home
AS to KP: ‘Call me when u can. Delete all msgs from phone. I won’t message from here on.’
On Friday, Stephen sent one chilling and totally remorseless text to Parvaiz. ‘You hang in there,’ she wrote. ‘Freedom is just around ur corner.’
Despite allegedly going to extreme lengths to make the shooting look like a surprise hit, Mr Parvaiz has been charged with the murder along with Stephen, whose name appears on the mailbox of a Boston apartment with Parvaiz.
Both face charges of murder, conspiracy and weapons offences, while Parvaiz also faces child-endangerment charges. He is on a $1million bond while Stephen is being held on $5 million bail. Stephen, who is believed to
be be Parvaiz’s girlfriend, pulled the trigger, killing Noorani, sources told the New York Daily News.
Morris County Prosecutor Robert Bianchi announced the charges at a press conference today. ‘Within hours of the crime, we realised this was the handiwork of the husband,’ he said.
Authorities said Parvaiz conspired with Stephen to have his wife killed because she had dared to speak negatively about his family. There was also speculation that they were in a secret relationship. ‘There is obviously a relationship, Bianchi said. ‘I’m not saying it’s a physical relationship. I’m not saying it’s a girlfriend-boyfriend relationship.’
Police began to suspect Parvaiz after he kept changing his story about the shooting on Tuesday evening. He had originally said they were shot by one black male, one white male and a third man who had shouted racist abuse at them and called them ‘terrorists’.
He later said the men were all black, then that it was an accident, before finally admitting he was involved. He did not want to be the person to look at his children and tell them he took their mother away,’ Bianchi said.
Relatives had earlier spoken of the Muslim couple’s violent arranged marriage, marred by infidelity and lies.
One month ago Noorani sent a chilling message to her brother, ominously predicting her own murder. ‘One day you’ll find me dead and it’s going to be Kashi who did it, so save this text. You’ll need it, she wrote to Kaleem Noorani, according to the New York Post. ‘Kashi doesn’t want to be with me, he abuses me.’