Friday, January 12, 2018

France: al Qaeda terrorist facing extradition to US, stabs 3 prison guards

(Vendin-le-Vieil)  Christian Ganczarski, a Polish/German convert to Islam, who spent time in Afghanstan as a an adviser to Osama bin Laden, and who was convicted in 2009 for an attack on a  Tunisian synagogue  which saw 21 people killed, attacked four guards in a northern French prison on Thursday, weeks before becoming eligible for extradition to the US.

Ganczarski, whose sentence was due to end in February, is being held at the Vendin-le-Vieil prison in northern France. The United States had indicated it wanted him extradited for his role in the September 11, 2001 attacks. Prison officials said he attacked four guards with a bladed weapon on Thursday. The head of the establishment had informed  Ganczarski that he would be getting extradited to the United States where he is suspected of being one of the organisers of the Sept. 11 attacks," said Jean-Francois Forget, secretary general of the UFAP-UNSA penitentiary union. "He was recorded in a telephone call saying he would do something to stay in France."

Funny how all these so called warriors who are prepared to die carrying out Jihad, will fight tooth and nail in which to remain in the lands they hate so much.