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| Friday, November 03, 2000 - 08:59 am |
The following is recent digging that i have been doing, I am in the process of setting up website where all these sort of thugs can be thrown out of this country(US). The following is my findings.
Human-rights advocates say a major reason war criminals settle in the United States is because it's so easy. In recent years, for instance, Canada has spent millions of dollars getting rid of war criminals. But Ahmed Samater, a Canadian Somali who has spent a decade trying to track down human-rights offenders, says many of Canada's rejects probably end up in the United States. "Canada dumps them at the border," Samater says. "They don't advise [the] INS of the nature of the crimes. And [the] INS doesn't check Canadian records." The INS refused repeated requests to comment for this story.
U.S. News has learned that at least six high-ranking former Somali military and government officials with dubious human-rights records live here. Among them:
Abdi Ali Nur: a former military judge who allegedly presided over sham trials in Hargeisa in northern Somalia in which hundreds of political opponents were found guilty and executed. Lives in San Diego.
Ali Mohamed Siad, the eldest son of deposed Somali dictator Barre: The INS arrested Siad in 1997 when he crossed into the United States from Canada, where he had been denied refugee status. A Canadian court ruled that in the 1980s, Siad had served as chief of a notorious prison called Lanta Bur where hundreds of political prisoners were brutally tortured and executed. At a deportation hearing before a U.S. immigration judge last July, Siad, now a Virginia resident, denied he was in command of Lanta Bur and said he was actually jailed there by his father for being a lush and a womanizer. His lawyer, Ivan Yakub, says that because of a flimsy INS case, he is confident Siad will be allowed to stay. An INS investigator testified he had interviewed 40 witnesses about Siad's past, but the agency did not call any of them to testify at the hearing or even submit affadavits.
Somali Colonel Yusuf Abdi Ali, a k a "Tokeh" ("The Crow". The INS believes Ali ordered the executions of more than 100 unarmed Issak men; some were burned alive. The Canadian courts denied Ali refugee status, saying his fear of being persecuted in Somalia was unfounded. He withdrew a 1994 U.S. asylum application after a CBS news exposé about him but later obtained a green card through his wife, a U.S. citizen. Last year, the INS arrested Ali and prosecuted him for lying about his past. The agency had a dozen witnesses, but the judge threw the case out. The reason: The alleged lies were not documented because Ali's asylum application was inactive.
YOU CAN RAN BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE.
| Sunday, November 05, 2000 - 01:18 pm |
isaaqu hadii dawladooda la' aqoonsan waayay ma iney shcabka soomaliya oo soo qaxay oo intooda badan danbi galin ama aan ku jirin dagaalka so keeye inea ruufyaamaan. waar yaahee war waadwalateenee arlada ka fariista yuusan halaag kale idinku dhicin,
| Sunday, November 05, 2000 - 07:48 pm |
AF-URAAYE WERE ISAAQ CRIMINALS IN 1988 WHO MUDER A LOT OF DAROOD UNARMED MEN AND WOMEN IN HARGEYSA AND SROUNDING AREA,SO PLEASE STOP YOUR HATERIC THRUOGHT THOSE PEOPLE YOU JUST MENTIONED,IF YOU HATE US I DON'T THINK WE LOVE YOU,KEEP THAT ONE IN YOUR LITTLE MIND,WHEN YOU ARE COUNTING CRIMINALS YOU SHOULD TELL SOME OF YOUR SIDE TOO,OTHER WISE YOU TELLING US THE HATE YOU HAVE IN SIDE YOUR MIND AND SOUL,AND WE DON'T PAY THAT,SO PLEASE NEXT TIME YOU SHOULD MATION SOME SNM CRIMINALS ATHER WISE YOU SHOULD SEAK A DOCTOR TO TELL YOU HOW MUCH IS YOU TEMPRATURE OF HATERIC THROUGHT THE DAROOD PEOPLE,,,,,