Ghanaian working as federal officer at Atlanta airport chases his estranged wife down suburban street firing 30 shots and shoots her dead along with her boyfriend, Muhammad

John Hagan writes:

This guy is an American federal agent for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Check out his picture and then tell me how to change the channel, because America 2010 reminds me of an episode of The Twilight Zone.

Here’s the story, from

Ghanaian, Michael Ntiamoah: U.S. based
kills ex-wife and boyfriend

U.S. customs and borders enforcement officer Michael Ntiamoah

COBB COUNTY, Ga.—Channel 2 Action News has confirmed that a man accused of shooting and killing his estranged wife and her new boyfriend, is a federal law enforcement officer.

A spokeswoman for United States Customs and Border Protection said Michael Ntiamoah, 32, worked as a uniformed officer at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

“I guess people just snap and make horrible decisions,” said one neighbor who didn’t want to be identified. “I think it’s something to be looked into really. I’m shocked that he was that much of a public official. I’m really shocked,” she added.

Cobb County police said Ntiamoah showed up on Bexley Place early Saturday morning at the home of his estranged wife, Fatoumata Ntiamoah, and her new boyfriend, Mohamed Zaine.

Neighbors said they heard nearly 30 shots, and watched as Ntiamoah chased his wife down the street shooting at her. She died in a neighbor’s driveway. Zaine was found inside their home.

“That feels less scary than a drug deal gone bad,” said neighbor Rob Carswell. He was relieved to hear the shootings were a personal matter, but was concerned about Ntiamoah’s job.

“What are the standards for becoming a law enforcement federal official? It’s kind of scary and are we to the point where we’re employing so many that we let standards slip? That’s a big question,” Carswell told Channel 2 Action News investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer.

The spokeswoman would not disclose Ntiamoah’s specific duties or how long he’d been with the federal agency. Cobb police would not confirm whether his service weapon was used in the shootings, saying any description of the gun is considered evidence.

Customs and Border Protection officers are responsible for screening people and their belongings, along with cargo as they enter the country.

The agency would not release any information about whether the officer would be suspended pending his trial.

Ntiamoah is being held without bond at the Cobb County Jail.

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LA writes:

It looks as though the only way U.S. airport and immigration officials will get tough with Muhammadans is if they are sleeping with their wives.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 21, 2010 09:20 AM | Send

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