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"While the Zionists try to make the rest of the World believe that the national consciousness of the Jew finds its satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian state, the Jews again slyly dupe the dumb Goyim. It doesn't even enter their heads to build up a Jewish state in Palestine for the purpose of living there; all they want is a central organisation for their international world swindler, endowed with its own sovereign rights and removed from the intervention of other states: a haven for convicted scoundrels and a university for budding crooks."
An Israeli drug lord effortlessly escaped officers of Ukraine's Security Service. Footage taken in Borispol Airport is being actively discussed on the internet. How did the organizer of a major drug cartel manage to escape? And did he enjoy his freedom for a long time? Igor Krupchenov will tell us. A drug dealer with Israel-wide notoriety, after his detention in Ukraine, managed to enjoy his freedom a little longer than law enforcement officers wanted him to.
This is footage taken in Borispol Aiport in Ukraine from where he was to be deported to Tel-Aviv. Amos Dov Silver, accompanied by two SBU officers, is passing security control before the flight. The passengers, as usual, were asked to take all metallic objects out of their pockets and to take off their belts. The airport's security service is checking if the secret service officers' baggage contains something banned. Using this holdback, Siver steps aside first. Then he goes back through a nearby, non-functioning metal detector, next, he's running as fast as he can. After the escape, the agents had to explain when they actually noticed the suspect's absence.
Elena Gitlyanskaya, Press Secretary of SBU: "Now, we're talking about three security officers. They are disqualified from the case. We'll inquire if they have something to do with the escape or it was just negligence."
Silver disappeared into thin air, the law enforcement services put him on a wanted list again. Agents across the country scrutinized the fugitive's profile on social media. The bookmark king, the founder of the first international online cartel, bitcoin drug dealer, or whatever else he's called on the internet, this international criminal was selling drugs with the help of a famous messenger and didn't hide that he was doing illegal business. In the videos published by himself on the internet Silver always appeared with prohibited substances, he regularly held video conferences advertising an online-platform for selling drugs. His homeland of Israel just couldn't fail to notice this.
Amos Dov Silver: “If something goes wrong, we guarantee to compensate you. You won't have to waste time blocking seller and waiting for a refund. Thanks to complaints against dishonest sellers, we're building honest cooperation and improving the market.”
Silver wasn't on the loose for a long time. In just two days, Ukrainian law enforcement services published these photographs. They wrote that they hadn't use any special means to lure the drug dealer in. He surrendered almost voluntarily as soon as armed men appeared in his doorway.
On the second try, he was actually deported. Just in case, he was delivered to the airport under enhanced protection, convoyed through the boarding bridge, keeping an eye on him until the last moment. In Israel, the suspect was delivered to court, with his supporters welcoming him to the session with a round of applause for some reason. The Israeli police scrutinized Silver's immediate circle to find out who participated in the major cartel for selling drugs. According to some data, the platform united up to 10,000 small and medium dealers and was popular in the USA, Germany, and Ukraine.
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