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Muslim “Refugee” Charged with 20 Murders in Austria

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Published on: November 12, 2016

How many like him have entered the West? How many will Obama allow into the US before he goes? This jihad murderer was a member of one of Obama’s partners in Syria, the “Free Syrian Army.” That tells you everything about his “vetting” process.

Thank G-d we elected Trump. He knows what’s what. I now, for the first time in years, wake up everyday feeling safer — for the first time in years.

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“Austria charges Syrian rebel with 20 murders,” The Local, November 10,  2016:

Austrian prosecutors have charged a member of a Syrian rebel group with 20 counts of murder for allegedly executing wounded government soldiers in his home country.
The 27-year-old man was arrested in a refugee shelter in western Austria in June after being denounced by a fellow Syrian.

At first he admitted to the 2013-2014 killings in Homs and the surrounding region but later retracted his confession, a spokesman for public prosecutors in the Austrian city of Innsbruck told AFP.

The suspect, a member of a unit of the Free Syrian Army (FSA), faces life in prison if convicted. He will go on trial early next year.

The prosecutors were able to bring charges against the man under an international counterterrorism agreement, which is intended to prevent political murders from remaining unpunished if a criminal flees abroad.

Article reposted with permission from PamelaGeller.com

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