| Germany: Muslim migrant tells cops, “I’m not afraid of death, I’m Islamic State, I’ll kill you and your family!”
| Wednesday, October 10, 2018
|Jihad Watch : Celebrate diversity! Diversity is our strength! “Confronted police officers: 32-year-old made an IS threat at Rewe,” translated from “Mit Polizisten angelegt: 32-Jähriger machte bei Rewe einen auf IS,” by Steffi Suhr, Tag24, October 9, 2018 (thanks to Searchlight Germany):
Dresden – Having just gotten off with a suspended sentence, he commits another offense. Only eleven days after his conviction for assault and resisting arrest, Mohamed L. (32) beat five policemen in Dresden. “I’m a victim,” he said at his trial in the district court on Monday.
In May, the rejected asylum seeker met two policemen who had bought something to eat at REWE on Prager Straße.
“He came straight to me and bumped into me,” said one of the officers (52). “I asked what that was all about.”
There immediately began a heated discussion. He shouted, “‘I want respect. I’m allowed to do that, I’m a refugee.’ When I asked for his ID, it was over.”
According to the indictment, the Tunisian fell, hit his head on the asphalt, kicked around, spat at the officials, and threatened them:
“I’m not afraid of death, I’m IS, if I do not go to jail here, I’ll come back and kill you and your family, I’ll kill you all!”
The officials called for reinforcements to deal with the offender.
“Four men carried him to the police station in the central station,” said the police officer.
And even then, Mohamed L. rioted on: he yelled at paramedics so that they did not dare to approach him. The ambulance directed that he be taken to the university clinic. “We had to tie him on the stretcher because he did not stop resisting.”
Mohamed L. said: “The policeman beat me bloody, and now he says something else, and there was no chance for me to show my ID.”
No trace of regret and apology.
Only when the prosecutor demanded imprisonment for the defendant, he asked the judge: “Give me another chance.”
But he had not made use of this chance already: eleven days before the altercation at REWE, he had been sentenced to seven months in prison. The sentence was suspended on probation. “But you did not prove yourself,” says the judge, who has now sentenced him to five months imprisonment.
Without parole. And so the trained barber, who allegedly had his own salon in Tunisia, must now serve the new sentence as well as the previous probation. That means twelve months in prison.
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 9:43 PM