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Idaho Uzbek convicted terrorist indicted in attempt to kill prison warden

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 29, 2017

For all of the refugee contractors and their groupies busily spreading propaganda that refugees never commit crimes, take note of Muslim Fazliddin Kurbanov who was already in prison, convicted on terrorism charges, and then tried to kill the prison warden a year ago this week!

Obama’s US Attorney for Idaho, Wendy Olson, was concerned with American rabble that might act up during Kurbanov’s 2015 trial!

Where the heck was (is!) the national media on this story? 

We surely would have heard about the attempted murder by one of our star refugee criminals if anyone had reported it before now.

What do you think? Should I give the refugee advocates the benefit of the doubt and when they say there are no refugee criminals, maybe it’s because the media rarely reports those stories.

See a few of our recent ones, here, here and here (yesterday!).

You might want to see our archive on Fazliddin Kurbanov by clicking here.

Don’t miss this story where Idaho US Attorney Wendy Olson suggested that Americans might demonstrate “acts of bias” during his 2015 trial! (You will see that the Idaho Statesman story is now gone!)

Olson showed her bias as she attempted to tamp down the controversy surrounding the Refugee sexual assault case in Idaho as well, here.  (But, I digress!)

From KTVB-7  titled (LOL! just a “man”):

Indictment: Boise man serving terrorism sentence tried to kill prison warden

RIVERSIDE, California — A Boise man who was convicted in 2015 of terrorism-related crimes has been indicted after prosecutors say he attacked the warden at the federal prison where he was held.

Fazliddin Kurbanov, 34, was just months into a 25-year sentence when the attack happened May 31, 2016 at the Federal Correctional Institute in Victorville, California.

He was indicted Wednesday on charges of attempted murder of a federal officer, assault on a federal officer with a deadly or dangerous weapon, and possession by an inmate of a prohibited object intended to be used as a weapon.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Kurbanov used a prison-made knife to attack Calvin Johnson, seriously injuring him. According to the Amercian Federation of Government Employees, the warden needed more than 80 staples to close wounds on his torso.

The indictment describes the knife as “a metal blade or ‘shank’ approximately three to four inches in length.”

Kurbanov was moved to FCI Terminal Island in San Pedro after the attack. Johnson, who recovered from his injuries, is also now working at a different prison.

Kurbanov, an Uzbek national, was convicted of one count of conspiracy to provide material support to a terrorist organization, one count of attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization and one count of possession of an unregistered destructive device in November 2015.

Prosecutors in that case outlined how Kurbanov communicated online with members of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, promising to send money and supplies, and expressing interest in carrying out an attack in the United States.

Kurbanov told FBI informants that he was considering Ann Morrison Park or Mountain Home Air Force Base as possible attack sites. Although he did not carry out any attack before his arrest, Kurbanov had stockpiled explosive ingredients including including fertilizer, Tannerite, ammonium nitrate, acetone and aluminum powder in his Curtis Road apartment before his arrest.

Typical! no mention of the ‘R’ word! REFUGEE!

Interesting! The Daily Mail has a story on Kurbanov and mentions that he considered attacking West Point as well.

There is something very fishy about the admission of Uzbeks during the Bush and early Obama years, wish we knew the full story.

Readers: Let me know if the latest on this charming refugee (who will be costing us a fortune to keep in prison for life!) makes it to any national news story or any cable news outlet!

7 Responses to “Idaho Uzbek convicted terrorist indicted in attempt to kill prison warden”

  1. paleodrone said

    This insanity is more insidiouos and lethal than the Bubonic Plaugue. What are we to do with these zombies, many of whom are in power? They will be the death of us all, these pro genocide of the west westerners. Until it is dealt with as a disease, and maybe even incurable, for I went to college with these nutjobs in Olympia at The Evergreen State College YEARSA ago when no one saw this was going to be the bugaboo of all civilization. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3SdJhJ2lps&t=36s

    This was happening when I was there, it just got no news back then. I was only there because it was close to my grandmother’s home and I had no idea of what I was getting into. Moved to New York City soon after, because I needed that much distance from the hateful epople there. This is where Rachel Corrie went and was ssent to her death. Only dead white women fighting for terror are considered ok there. Otherwise, you can get killed or ‘suicided’ ther. It had a very high suicide rate of bullied whites.

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  2. He should be hung. He will continue to conspire in prison with other mooselems. More trouble as long as he lives.

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  3. thetinfoilhatsociety said

    Can’t we pay Mexico to keep him in prison? Their prisons are actual prisons. You do NOT want to be in a Mexican jail or prison.

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  4. THIS may apply in this case…

    UNITED STATES SENTENCING COMMISSION
    GUIDELINES MANUAL
    2016

    §2A1.1. First Degree Murder
    (a) Base Offense Level: 43
    Commentary

    Statutory Provisions: 18 U.S.C. §§ 1111, 1841(a)(2)(C), 1992(a)(7), 2113(e), 2118(c)(2), 2199,
    2282A, 2291, 2332b(a)(1), 2340A; 21 U.S.C. § 848(e). For additional statutory provision(s),
    see Appendix A (Statutory Index).

    Application Notes:

    1. Applicability of Guideline.—This guideline applies in cases of premeditated killing.
    This guideline also applies when death results from the commission of certain felonies.

    For example, this guideline may be applied as a result of a cross reference (e.g., a kidnapping
    in which death occurs, see §2A4.1(c)(1)), or in cases in which the offense level of a
    guideline is calculated using the underlying crime (e.g., murder in aid of racketeering,
    see §2E1.3(a)(2)).

    2. Imposition of Life Sentence.—

    (A) Offenses Involving Premeditated Killing.—In the case of premeditated killing,
    life imprisonment is the appropriate sentence if a sentence of death is not imposed.
    A downward departure would not be appropriate in such a case. A downward departure
    from a mandatory statutory term of life imprisonment is permissible on

    http://www.ussc.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/guidelines-manual/2016/GLMFull.pdf

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