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  • Parihaka
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    SteveDaPirate, S2, Doktor, my compliments to you.

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  • Doktor
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    Originally posted by S2 View Post
    "...How many are you sheltering in your backyard now, kato?"

    drhuy,

    SteveDaPirate has it correct. Lighten up. kato is a valued contributor here and has written nothing deserving the above nonsense.
    +1 and you know I often disagree with him.

    However, my first signature here was "when in doubt, ask kato". Keep that in mind, his facts are 99.999% correct.

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  • S2
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    "...How many are you sheltering in your backyard now, kato?"

    drhuy,

    SteveDaPirate has it correct. Lighten up. kato is a valued contributor here and has written nothing deserving the above nonsense.

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  • SteveDaPirate
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    Originally posted by drhuy View Post
    oh, look, those creatures just cut the throat (or behead, depend on which news let you believe in) of a 84 y.o priest. But yeah, let them come. How many are you sheltering in your backyard now, kato?
    Come now drhuy, you can make your points like an adult without resorting to personal accusations.

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  • drhuy
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    oh, look, those creatures just cut the throat (or behead, depend on which news let you believe in) of a 84 y.o priest. But yeah, let them come. How many are you sheltering in your backyard now, kato?

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  • drhuy
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    Originally posted by kato View Post
    Can answer it actually. Further questioning by police has revealed that perp and victim have been a couple for several months.

    Ball's in your court.
    the same kind of police who said that the motive for blowing up yourself while trying to get into a music festival is "unclear", and that they didnt know if he just wanted to commit suicide?

    And who said they were "couple". Of course not the poor pregnant girl, but the creature that come from culture and religion that treat women like their properties. They were "couple" because that creature liked her? These kiinds of people dont know how to take a "no" from a woman, thats why he killed her.

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  • kato
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    Originally posted by drhuy View Post
    Btw, still cant answer the "domestic violence" question?
    Can answer it actually. Further questioning by police has revealed that perp and victim have been a couple for several months.

    Ball's in your court.

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  • drhuy
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    Originally posted by kato View Post
    Ansbach perp was going to be deported to Bulgaria based on Dublin treaty. Deportation postponed due to Balkan countries being overwhelmed last year, would likely have been reinstated soon. Guy was getting counselling for two previous suicide attempts.

    Edit, PS: Scratch "reinstated soon". Guy got his yellow letter to leave on July 13th, would have been deported to Bulgaria mid-August if not leaving the country voluntarily.

    Edit2, just as clarification for the LA Times article: Ian Anderson played two days before at the three-day concert.
    Good for Bulgaria. Merkel' reckless policies put everyone, not just german, at risk.

    Btw, still cant answer the "domestic violence" question?

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  • kato
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    Originally posted by YellowFever View Post
    I noticed there was a major suicide attack in Kabul that was hardly reported, which is understandable since we in the west have become totally desensitized to bombings ina Muslim country.
    Thought the same - especially given the truly massive casualty count.

    Originally posted by YellowFever View Post
    But I see hardly any news wrt the suicide bombing in Germany, which is sad.
    CNN, BBC, Aljazeera etc covered it and once Reuters and AP got into the game it was spread pretty widely globally.

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  • YellowFever
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    I noticed there was a major suicide attack in Kabul that was hardly reported, which is understandable since we in the west have become totally desensitized to bombings ina Muslim country.

    But I see hardly any news wrt the suicide bombing in Germany, which is sad.

    Just another day in Europe I guess.

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  • kato
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    Back to Munich:

    Police has arrested a 16-year-old friend of the perp on suspicion of not reporting a planned crime. The friend met the perp at the mall just before the amok run, and contacted the police himself while it was ongoing. The two had befriended each other while at the same psychiatric hospital last year.

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  • kato
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    Ansbach perp was going to be deported to Bulgaria based on Dublin treaty. Deportation postponed due to Balkan countries being overwhelmed last year, would likely have been reinstated soon. Guy was getting counselling for two previous suicide attempts.

    Edit, PS: Scratch "reinstated soon". Guy got his yellow letter to leave on July 13th, would have been deported to Bulgaria mid-August if not leaving the country voluntarily.

    Edit2, just as clarification for the LA Times article: Ian Anderson played two days before at the three-day concert.
    Last edited by kato; 25 Jul 16,, 13:43.

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  • citanon
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    Originally posted by tankie View Post
    Another bomb kills one and injures many in Ansbach in a restaurant, no worries tho its probably just a domestic violence bomb ��
    http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-g...nap-story.html

    Wow, this could have been a LOT worse.

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  • Oracle
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    Decades of unchecked immigration to liberal western democracies is the reason. Finding these guys would be like finding needles in a haystack. And these attacks cannot be stopped. Nope. And there are people/politicians who do not even acknowledge that there is a problem, while Europe continues to bleed.

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  • drhuy
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    but the good news is that people will get distracted from the previous attacks and the government will not have to answer tough questions, like how a "refugee" who already involved in many incidents before, with people got injured, still allowed to wander around.

    Keep it coming, guys!
    Last edited by drhuy; 25 Jul 16,, 04:19.

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