Posts tagged ‘kill’

December 15, 2012

Iraqi Man Arrested in Romania, Suspected of Planning to Kill US and UK Diplomats


The 38 years old Khazar Karim Friad was detained by law enforcers on December the 13th, near the British Embassy in Bucharest. The Iraqi was in possession of a 7 inch knife and was plotting to physically injure and even to cause the death of several Western diplomats, it has been revealed in a press release from the Romanian Anti-terrorism Prosecutor’s Office (DIICOT). The targets were US and British diplomatic representatives posted to Romania, say the prosecutors. Investigators claim that the suspect is a follower of Saddam Hussein’s doctrine and thus was planning to avenge the military actions taken by Western powers on his country’s soil.

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January 4, 2011

Gruesome Discoveries After Crime of Passion: Woman’s Family also Murdered

The mother and the father of the woman pushed to her death in the Danube Canal on Monday evening were also found dead in their home, 24 hours after the initial incident, it has been revealed by media and police sources. The first to be discovered was the woman’s mother, whose dead body was found stashed in a closet in her house, bearing visible marks of violence. Hours later, investigators also found the woman’s father, dead, under a bed in the same house.

On Monday evening, a 30 years old man has forced his 21 years old wife out of their car and into the Danube Canal, throwing himself along in the water. They both lost their lives in the incident. The only eyewitness to the terrible scene is a 14 years old boy, the 21 years old woman’s brother, who was in the same car with the couple. He gave the police a detailed account of a terrible fight between the two, just before the woman was dragged into the waters.

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October 25, 2010

Wikileaks: Romanian Contractor Killed Civilians in Iraq

Danubia Global Inc. is a Romanian Company whose presence in Iraq caused the death of many civilians, claims the investigation website Wikileaks. Owned, amongst others, by a former Romanian intelligence general, Mihail Bichir, the company had close links to the CIA and to other private contractors. At one point, it also allegedly served as a front for a US company, Custer Battles, who had been banned from entering Iraq because of a 3 million dollars fraud scandal.

Danubia’s headquarters are, officially, in an apartment building, just behind the door number where general Bichir’s residence is. Nevertheless, through the company’s accounts large sums of money have run back and forth since 2004.

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October 21, 2010

Run Over by Drunk Police Officer, Killed by Ambulance

It happened to a 15 years old girl in Russia, as the car she was in got smashed into by a drunk police officer, who was driving his personal car. The other two young women who were in the victim’s vehicle also suffered injuries. But, as the ambulance arrived at the scene, it ran into the 15 years old teenager and killed her.

The incident happened in a town called langa Kargosok, from the Tomsk Region. This is the latest from a series of similar incidents. In another case, the prosecutors from the Kursk Region have identified the author of a hit and run accident as the deputy chief of the Sovietsky district. The policeman, who was allegedly driving drunk, smashed into a 16 years old girl and killed her.

In April 2010, another drunk police officer, in the Moscow suburbs, drove his car into a woman and her 9 years old daughter, killing the child. And, in March this year, another drunk police officer killed a pregnant woman, in Moscow.

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