Skip to comments.Aarhus man gets prison sentence for making bomb in basement [Somali citizen; Denmark]
Posted on 11/17/2017 5:54:43 PM PST by Olog-hai
A 25-year-old man has been sentenced to two years and six months in prison by Denmarks High Court for making and possessing a bomb.
Somalian citizen Libaan Ahmed Warsame has also been sentenced with conditional deportation from Denmark.
He was found guilty of making and storing a bomb in the basement of an apartment building on the Peter Fabers Vej residential street in Aarhus.
The device was discovered by a resident in the building in October 2016, and the area was closed off for several areas as armed police evacuated the block and arrested Warsame.
A bomb disposal unit was also dispatched to neutralize the device.
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Aarhus man? Named Libaan Ahmed Warsame? A real Scandinavian name there.
Ain’t it Grand!
Even the Roman names that are common in Denmark are naturally Danish, contrasted with Somali Arabic names.
“Somalian citizen Libaan Ahmed Warsame has also been sentenced with conditional deportation”
Get out of jail free.
Never mind freedom to sneak back in. With more bombs, possibly nuclear in nature.
We d othe same in the USA. Contain the vermin, turn them loose in the neighbors back yard after we feed and clothe them.
I once had a neighbor live trapping raccoons then releasing them someplace else. I offered to do it for him. I put a little red paint on their backs, turn them loose 10 miles away and pretty soon he was catching coons with red paint on them. I didn’t tell him what I did. Animals, either 2 legged or 4 legged, know where the gettin is good.
Probably related to the various "Minnesota men" frequently engaged in criminal activities, that we have in this country.
The “NEW NAZI” invasion of Denmark has begun.
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