October 13, 2017
Don’t worry, he said he was peaceful.
Denmark didn’t really calculate the prison space that would be necessary when they invited in hundreds of thousands of terrorists, gang-rapists, drug dealers and mass-murderers into their country.
Danish police captured but then released on June 29 a suspected Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militant who is accused of providing the weapon Abdulkadir Masharipov used to kill 39 people at Istanbul’s Reina nightclub on Jan. 1, Turkish daily Karar reported on July 12.
İbrahimjon Asparov, codenamed “İbrahim Danyelik,” is listed as a fugitive ISIL militant in an indictment prepared by Turkish authorities regarding the Reina attack, the daily said. A Danish citizen, Asparov was determined to have lived in Istanbul for a while.
“It is evaluated that the ISIL fugitive member codenamed ‘İbrahim Danyeli’ obtained the AK-47 Kalashnikov and its bullets at [ISIL] suspect Khasan Gulomov’s house and handed it to Abdulkadir Masharipov, who used them in the Reina terror attack on Jan. 1,” the indictment prepared by the Istanbul Chief Prosecutor’s Office reportedly said.
Asparov, on the other hand, fled to Denmark following the deadly attack. He was interrogated on June 29 by the Danish police, but released while an ongoing investigation. Asparov is still reportedly in Denmark.