Friday, July 1, 2016

Istanbul Attack Mastermind Was “Refugee” Protected by the EU: Russia tried to extradite him on two separate occasions

Via Billy

Suspected Istanbul Attack Mastermind Was a "Refugee" Protected by the EU

The suspected mastermind behind the ISIS attack on the Istanbul airport that claimed the lives of 44 people was a “refugee” who was protected by the European Court for Human Rights after Russia tried to have him extradited.

Chechen national Ahmed Chataev was on a Russian terrorism watchlist since 2003, but received asylum in Austria after he claimed that he was severely tortured and under persecution from Russian authorities.

Chataev was later arrested in Sweden after Kalashnikov assault rifles, explosives and ammunition were found in his car, but he only spent just over a year in prison.

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2 comments:

  1. Meanwhile back in the People's Republics of New York and New Jersey, if you are caught with an ammunition feeding device (aka magazine) that holds just 1 round more than what the all wise overlords permit you to have, you WILL spend more time in jail the above pictured.
    Hawaii's democratic party dictators have negated even further protection of the Bill of Rights, by entering into the FBI's criminal database those citizens whose only "crime" is the legal ownership of a firearm in full compliance with federal and state laws. Name on a FBI list what could possibly go wrong?

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    1. what could possibly go wrong?

      Really. :)

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