July to change accordingly
The clock is ticking: The next night at midnight, an ultimatum expires for the immigration authorities in Bochum to bring him back. The administrative court of Gelsenkirchen has demanded, under threat of a fine of 10,000 euros, to bring Sami A. back from Tunisia by then.
In practice, however, there will probably not be anything significant yet. The administrative court is first waiting to see whether Sami A.’s lawyer will apply on Wednesday to demand the sum. However, the North Rhine-Westphalian refugee ministry would probably raise another complaint.
The Higher Administrative Court has already received two complaints from the Bochum immigration authorities against decisions by the Gelsenkirchen Administrative Court – against the deportation ban and against the enforcement decision to bring Sami A. back.
Allegedly ex-bodyguard of Bin Laden
He is currently at large in Tunisia but will not be allowed to leave the country until a terrorist investigation against him has been concluded. Since 2005, several German courts have considered it proven that he underwent military training in an Afghan Islamist camp in 1999/2000 and later belonged to the bodyguard of Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, who was killed in 2011.
He himself denies the allegations. The Federal Prosecutor’s Office had initiated an investigation against him, but could not prove any criminal offenses and had to close the proceedings. Sami A. came to Germany in 1997 to study computer engineering and later electrical engineering.
Sources used: dpa
New detail on Sami A .: The former bodyguard of Osama bin Laden worked for a security company at the beginning of the millennium. Apparently with the knowledge of the authorities.
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According to a media report, Sami A., who was illegally deported to his homeland Tunisia in mid-July, worked for a German security company for at least two months almost 18 years ago. The alleged former bodyguard of the killed Al-Qaida boss Osama bin Laden, who was classified as an Islamist threat, worked for this company at least in December 2000 and January 2001, the newspapers of the Funke media group reported (Monday).
In addition, Sami A. also worked as a passenger counter in public buses and trains in Germany. The media group relies on the investigation files of the Federal Criminal Police Office and the Attorney General. However, the fight against Islamist-motivated terror only became more of a public concern after Sami A.123helpme.me was employed by the security company, after the world was shaken by the suicide bombings of September 11, 2001 in New York and Washington.
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Personnel no longer verifiable
According to its own information, the security company Klüh Security GmbH provides security personnel for banks, insurance companies, major events and the armed forces. At the request of the media group, the company said that the personnel could no longer be checked because they had been too long. A company spokeswoman told the German press agency: "The man has not worked here in the last ten years." Due to the applicable retention periods, no more information could be given about employment relationships at the turn of the millennium.
According to the Funke research, Mohammed T., who was classified as an Islamist threat, also came to stay with Klüh. The security authorities had classified him as a former leading member of the terrorist organization al-Qaeda. Police and judicial authorities had known that Sami A. and Mohammed T. had worked in the security area.
Date of return uncertain
Sami A. lived with his wife and children in Bochum until he was deported in mid-July. He came to Germany to study in 1997. Since 2005, several German courts have considered it proven that Sami A. completed military training in an Afghan Islamist camp at the end of 1999 and beginning of 2000 and was part of the bodyguard of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, who was killed in 2011.
The Higher Administrative Court in Münster had decided that Sami A. had to be brought back to Germany because of the illegality of his deportation. When this could happen depends on the authorities in his home country.
Sources used: dpa
The administrative court of Gelsenkirchen has lifted the ban on deportation against the suspected Islamist Sami A. who had already been deported. It no longer sees any great danger of torture.
The Administrative Court of Gelsenkirchen has lifted the ban on deportation against the alleged Islamist who was initially illegally deported. The court granted a corresponding application from the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) on Wednesday. The decision of the chamber is final (Az. 7a L 1947 / 18.A).
The man, classified by the security authorities as an Islamist threat, was illegally deported to Tunisia a good four months ago, despite a ban on deportation.
Decision in the main proceedings is still pending
At the end of October, the BAMF applied to the court to lift this ban and to change an urgent decision of July 12th accordingly. The application was based on a recent declaration by the Tunisian authorities that the 42-year-old was not at risk of torture in his home country. Wednesday’s decision concerns this urgent decision. It is not yet clear when the so-called main proceedings will be decided.
The court considers the danger of torture by his home country according to the verbal note of the Tunisian embassy now submitted by the Federal Office "for no longer considerably likely"the court announced. The diplomatic assurance fulfills the requirements set by the case law. The court called the statement by the Tunisian embassy "in view of the previous intensive exchange at the highest political and diplomatic level" sufficiently reliable.
Dispute between justice and politics
In its urgent decision in July, the administrative court had prohibited deportation because the risk of torture could still not be ruled out. The next day, July 13, A. was deported anyway, which caused a considerable dispute between the judiciary and politics.
Deportation of Sami A .: Official sloppiness or scandal?
The court order had only been served on the competent authorities when Sami A. was already on the plane to Tunis. The highest administrative court in North Rhine-Westphalia reprimanded the behavior of the authorities and ordered the immediate return by the city of Bochum.
Sources used: dpa
Pomp and protests: The state visit by US President Trump causes a stir in Great Britain. In the background, he seems to want to pull the strings for the successor to Prime Minister May.
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Thousands of protesters in London expressed their displeasure over Donald Trump’s state visit. They raised a six-meter-high balloon in front of the British Parliament, depicting the US President as a whining baby in diapers. "We are trying to remind the President that he is not welcome in this country"said Leo Murray, one of the designers of the balloon. "At the same time, we want to show in a funny way how much people reject Donald Trump and his politics of hate." The balloon had already been used a year ago in the protests against Trump.
Protest against Donald Trump in London: protesters let you "Baby trump" to fly. (Source: Alkis Konstantinidis / Reuters)
Not far away – in Trafalgar Square – they set up a five-meter tall talking Donald Trump robot that sits in a gold toilet with its pants down, as you can see in the video above. Others sold toilet paper with Trump’s face on it or protested with signs that read "Trump is a danger to the world".
A Trump figure in Trafalgar Square in London: It shows a Donald Trump robot sitting in a gold toilet with his pants down. (Source: Clodagh Kilcoyne / Reuters)
Some media reports had previously assumed that there were up to 250,000 demonstrators. The organizers accused Trump of sexism and racism. The leader of the opposition Labor Party, Jeremy Corbyn, had also registered to speak. In protest, he stayed away from the state banquet in honor of Trump on Monday evening in Buckingham Palace.
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The protester Duniya Okada, 48, said: "I am very annoyed that the British government invited Trump and held a state banquet for him." The US president is a racist, which shows in his plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico. Above all, the biochemist from London is annoyed about Trump’s interference in the Brexit dispute. The EU exit is "the worst that can happen to this country".
The demonstration in London also protested against Trump’s climate policy. (Source: Clodagh Kilcoyne / Reuters)
Trump had a Twitter skirmish with London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan right at the start of his visit. The US President also caused anger because he had publicly promoted British ex-Foreign Minister Boris Johnson to succeed the outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May. In doing so, he violated diplomatic customs.
With Environment Minister Michael Gove Trump arranged a meeting at short notice, as the British news agency PA reported on Tuesday. Gove had agreed, PA quoted an unspecified source. The environment minister is also seen as a promising candidate for the office of prime minister. In total, a good dozen applicants have already withdrawn their candidacies.
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Trump, on the other hand, tweeted almost effusively that his visit to London was going very well. The Queen and the entire royal family are "fantastic" and the connection with Great Britain is very strong.
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It is the place where gunmen and assassins are cheered when they have destroyed as many lives as possible: The mass murderer from El Paso also announced his deed at 8chan. It is enough for the founder of the platform, and for a service provider too.
Two days after the rampage with 20 dead in El Paso, Texas, some users thought of prayers for the alleged victim. But for them it was not about a murdered person, it was about the person responsible for the side on which the terrorist had explained the impending act and his motives. "I pray for you and for all who defend freedom of expression"was read on Twitter on Monday.
It was an answer to Ronald Watkins. He is the administrator of 8chan and, together with his father Jim Watkins, is responsible for the place where three gunmen announced their deeds since March. And where such deeds are celebrated. The El Paso assassin had announced the murder on the site on Friday at 6.15 p.m. German time, which actually began around 40 minutes later. He was nervous as hell, he had written, he had sent a letter from his school and his manifesto. "Spread that, brothers."
"Seal the page"
Father and son Watkins now have a problem. The leading provider for protection against cyber attacks has terminated 8chan, they themselves took the site offline on Monday. Demands keep getting louder and louder. At the top of the list is someone who knows 8chan particularly well: Fredrick Brennan, US-American, living in the Philippines, created 8chan because of the forum closings on the very similar website "4chan" had annoyed. Now he explains on Twitter and in interviews: "Seal the page." He can no longer do it himself, he has given up the page.
Brennan explains on Twitter on Sunday that the site has created a suitable environment for terrorists and gunmen: On 8chan, perpetrators posted their racist and crude statements because the community shows sympathy for such acts and willingly help spread the murderer’s messages. 8chan has a track record of maximizing the spread of manifestos of such perpetrators.
Cheering: "Get the high score!"
This is shown by three examples from the past few months. The Australian, who killed 50 people in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in March, had posted his ideology and message on 8chan before the act. "Get the high score!"someone answered him. So he should kill as many people as no one before him. And the Christchurch assassin was able to post the call there for others to do the same.
This was followed in April by a man in the small Californian town of Poway.
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