'Greta Investigates': Did Act of Jihad Claim NJ Teen's Life?
“Greta Investigates: The Lone Wolves of Terror” delved into the murder case of Brendan Tevlin this summer.
Tevlin a popular college student and lacrosse player, was shot at random eight times while he waited at a traffic light.
The suspect, Ali Muhammad Brown, told authorities that he selected Tevlin at random in an act of jihad. Brown described himself as a devout Muslim and said that it was a “just kill” for U.S. involvement in the Middle East.
Brown is a convicted sex offender with direct ties to a terror camp.
He and two accomplices were arrested in connection to Tevlin’s murder. Brown is being held on $5 million bail.
Watch Greta’s probe into the Tevlin case above, and don’t miss “Greta Investigates: Lone Wolves of Terror” when it re-airs Saturday at 10p ET and Sunday at 9p ET.