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No Borders... Here's One Of The Reasons.
As you can see by the images, the BBC blurred Alaa Sheikhi,'s face, but The Daily
Mail seems to lack the love of diversity that the migrant-loving British broadcaster
has.


Quote:Chemnitz trial: Syrian jailed over stabbing that sparked German far-right riots.

A Syrian man has been sentenced in Germany to nine and a half years in prison over the
fatal stabbing of a man in Chemnitz last year.

Alaa Sheikhi, 24, was found guilty of "joint manslaughter and serious physical injury" over
the death of Daniel Hillig, a 35-year-old carpenter. A second suspect, an Iraqi, is thought
to have fled Germany after the attack...'

Yer' should've had proper borders, mate.

Quote:'...The case led to violent protests in Chemnitz, where far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD)
has strong support. Ahead of his sentencing on Thursday, Sheikhi denied any responsibility
for the death of Hillig.

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The Beeb's attempt to hide the criminal and The Daily Mail's announcement of 'sod it'!

Speaking through an interpreter, he said: "I can only hope that the truth is brought to light here
and that a just verdict is pronounced."

Sheikhi, who had reportedly remained silent throughout the trial, told German public broadcaster
ZDF in a telephone interview just two days before the verdict that he did not touch either the victim
or the knife that killed him.
"I just ran away," he said, adding: "I swear on my mother I did not touch him."

The sentencing comes one year after thousands of neo-Nazis marched through Chemnitz, where
AfD hopes to increase its share of the vote in elections in Saxony and neighbouring Brandenburg
on 1 September.

What do we know about the attack?

In the early hours of Sunday 26 August 2018, a fierce fight broke out between "multiple nationalities"
on the sidelines of a street festival in the eastern German region of Chemnitz, near the Saxony
capital of Dresden.

It remains unclear what triggered the brawl - police at the time dismissed online rumours that Hillig,
who had a German mother and a Cuban father, had been defending a woman from sexual assault.
During the fight, Hillig was stabbed and critically injured. He later died in hospital of heart and lung
wounds. Two other German men with him at the festival, aged 33 and 38 at the time, were seriously
hurt, police said.

Sheikhi, who arrived in Germany in 2015, was arrested hours after the attack, along with another
Iraqi man, who was released due to a lack of evidence...'
BBC:


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The comedy of the coastline continues.


(LBC -Leading Britain's Conversation)



Quote:LBC Uncovers Major People Smuggling Ring Bringing Migrants Across Channel To UK.

'An LBC investigation has uncovered a major people smuggling ring that claims French police
are helping them get people to the UK.

- How I infiltrated a people smuggling gang, by LBC's undercover reporter
An undercover team for LBC infiltrated the criminal gang, operating out of Dunkirk in the north of France.
He covertly filmed the gang, based in Dunkirk, London and Birmingham, who claimed that French police
assist them getting people across the Channel.

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They said authorities tell them not to cross one day, but to come back the next – possibly due to the waters
being patrolled by the UK Border Force. Posing as an Indian family wanting to bring a young relative to the
UK, they met Farooq in his camp deep in woodland off the beaten track in Dunkirk.

Farooq charges £7,000 for a place on a boat and offers a discount for children and subsequent families
members wanting to make the trip. He claims to have sent 300 to 400 people to the UK in boats.
The boats are piloted by his team. After being pointed in the direction of the English coastline, they are told
not to stop until they cross into UK waters where they will be rescued.

The majority of the money for the crossings changes hands in the UK, with a deposit of between £500
($.611.89) and £1000 ($.1223.78)going straight to Farooq, who has bank accounts in the UK, France
and Pakistan.

LBC’s undercover team were given three UK address to pay a deposit to secure the crossing; a restaurant
and an off-licence in west London and a newsagent in Birmingham.


The Home Office have launched an investigation into the ring, using the information we supplied them.
A spokesperson said: "The organised crime groups behind the illegal attempts to cross the Channel are
putting the lives of vulnerable people in serious danger for their own financial gain.

"We are determined to put a stop to this illegal activity and last week alone Immigration Enforcement and
the National Crime Agency made 23 arrests as part of a series of ongoing investigations into suspected
people smuggling.

In the video - seen at the top of the page - the moment our team meet Farooq, who ran the people smuggling
ring, can be seen. The following conversation transpired, in which he discussed how the French police help
them.

LBC reporter: How many people you sending already, do you think?
Farooq: Every time, 30, 40, 30, 40, 50... Last night people pass. I think it’s 20, 25 people it’s gone.

Farooq: When you’re going to the beach… Police coming, the French police. Is told, “Today not possible.
Today go, next day come.”

LBC reporter: Police say that?
Farooq: Yeah.

LBC reporter: Police say okay?
Farooq: Sometimes, when people are going, the French police with him. When he’s crossed the border,
after [they just say], “Bye bye”… I don’t know. Now, a lot of people pass. Like here, three-four hundred people
pass.

LBC reporter: So police is no problem?
Farooq: French police is no problem. Police [in France] just give you the way.
LBC reporter: They’re helping?
Farooq: Just go, go…'
SOURCE:

They smuggle their own in.


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