Skip to comments.Six US Citizens Have Planned Terrorist Attacks in Montenegro
Posted on 09/11/2006 8:27:52 AM PDT by joan
11 September 2006 | 17:22 | FOCUS News Agency
Podgorica. Six US citizens together allies from Montenegro have planned to carry out terrorist attacks on the territory of Malesia and Tuzi (in Montenegro) on 10 and 11 September, the Directorate of the Montenegrin police announced on Monday, cited by the independent Montenegrin news portal PCNEN.
The US citizens - four of whom have been captured and two are wanted - originate from the territory of Malesia, Tuzi and Kosovo. According to the Chief of the criminal police in Montenegro Ivan Masulovic 12 people were arrested in relation to the findings. Masulovic added that former members of the Army for Liberation of Kosovo /AOK/ have also been intended to participate in the terrorist attacks and were expected to illegally enter Kosovo and Montenegro. Masulovic said that small part of the weapon, intended for the attacks was found in the homes of the detainees. The larger part was found in a cave near Tuzi, where the suspects were supposed to hide after the attack.
Those darned Amish...
Kill them where they stand ......
Earlier they said 3, but it looks like more of the arrested have U.S. citizenship. So 6 out of 14 (if that's the correct total) means almost half of the terrorists are U.S. citizens.
Odds are they are all ethnic Albanians living in the U.S. or dividing time between the U.S. and the Balkans.
String them up!!
Timothy O'Malley, Bjorn Borgstedt, and Theodore Jablonski.
That flawless Yugoslavia project of Ashley Wilkes where no American has lost his life in 12 years, according to Galbraithe. Not anything like messy Iraq after 3 years.
Can someone translate this?
Should it read... The US citizens originate from the territory of Malesia, Tuzi and Kosovo.
If so, doesn't that mean they should be called Malesian-American, Tuzi-American and Kosovar-American? What other tiny but important details are being left out? Prove it and fry them.
or should read MUSLIM
Afterwards, a firing squad is too good for them.
I wonder how many of them have first names like Mohammed, Mahmoud, Ali, Tawfiq, Ayman, Usama, ...you get the Idea?
Here's more from the Turkish Press:
Police confirm arrest of 12 on terrorism charges in Montenegro
PODGORICA - Montenegrin police confirmed Monday the arrest of 12 people on terrorist charges on the eve of Sunday's general election in the newly independent Balkan country.
Police were looking for another five suspects, among them two US citizens of Balkan origin, who were still at large, Rajko Malovic of the Interior Ministry told reporters here.
On Sunday, local media had reported the arrest of 14 people, including three US citizens.
Malovic said the group had been preparing an "attack" overnignt Sunday in Montenegro, aimed at "endangering the constitutional order and security situation in Montenegro and provoking inter-ethnic tensions."
Among the members of the group were ethnic Albanians from Montenegro and the neighbouring UN-administered Serbian province of Kosovo, said Malovic, who gave no details of the nature or planned target of the attack.
"The plan was for the group to be reinforced with former members of ethnic Albanian guerrillas from Kosovo who would illegaly enter Montenegro," he said.
Some seven percent of Montenegro's population of 650,000 is ethnic Albanian. Although inter-ethnic conflicts tore the Balkans apart in the 1990s, Montenegro has so far seen no major violence between its ethnic communities.
Montenegro went to the polls Sunday in the tiny Balkan state's first general election since it gained independence from Serbia in June.
Two ethnic Albanian parties protested the police action, saying it was aimed at putting pressure on their supporters ahead of the polls.
09/11/2006 13:53 GMT
Malesia and Tuzi are towns in Montenegro inhabited by muslim Albanians.
I think this is grounds for revoking their citizenship. Is there a law mandating this?
Can I get a "Whoa Jablonski"?
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