Refugee Resettlement Watch

  • Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 5,952 other followers

  • Reaching me by mail

    You can reach me by e-mail here:

    refugeewatcher@gmail.com

    (But my inbox is so overloaded most of the time, it is hard to keep up.)

    Or, since some of you have asked, I have a post office box and you can reach me there by snail mail!

    Ann Corcoran
    P.O. Box 55
    Fairplay, MD 21733

  • Social

  • Refugee Info Resource

  • Categories

  • Archives

  • Blog Stats

    • 8,463,347 hits

Uzbek refugee sentenced to additional 20 years in prison for attempted murder

Posted by Ann Corcoran on August 18, 2018

The warden was supposed to die! (Kurbanov told the court)

 

Fazliddin Kurbanov was already serving a sentence of 25 years on terrorism charges when he tried to kill the warden at California’s Victorville prison. The warden was seriously wounded and scarred for life from the improvised knife attack.

Thanks to Richard for spotting the story at Creeping Sharia.

Screenshot (1366)_LI

Kurbanov is just one of many vetted refugees who have been found to have terrorist or criminal connections and the Trump Administration has been busy finding more as we have been reporting.

 

We have covered this case from Kurbanov’s arrest in 2013. We were especially interested in how so many radicalized Uzbek’s were being ‘welcomed’ to America as refugees.

From KTLA-5 where I don’t believe they could bother to mention the word “refugee” in their story. Do you see it? Or, is he just a “man?”

Man Serving 25-Year Terrorism Sentence Gets Another 20 Years For Trying to Kill Victorville Prison Warden

 

A man serving a 25-year sentence for conspiring to commit acts of terrorism against the United States was sentenced to another 20 years Monday after trying to kill a Victorville prison warden with a homemade shank, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

During a hearing on Monday, Fazliddin Kurbanov admitted to using a shank he made himself to try slitting the throat of the warden at the Federal Correctional Institute-II two years earlier, federal prosecutors said.

The admission was made as part of a plea deal. Kurbanov, 36, pleaded guilty to attempted murder of a federal officer on March 13, according to the DOJ.

Speaking through an interpreter at the hearing, Kurbanov, a Uzbek national, said he was not sorry for committing the brutal assault, federal prosecutors said. He said the warden, who suffered serious injuries and has since been transferred to a different prison, was supposed to die.

We can only assume he was supposed to die because he is an infidel to Kurbanov.

He also “expressed extreme animosity toward the United States,” federal prosecutors said in a news release.

Ahhhh! No deportation once he has served his sentence!

On Monday, Judge Virginia A. Phillips gave Kurbanov the maximum possible sentence as she said he remains an extreme danger, according to a DOJ news release. Once he completes both his 25-year sentence for terrorism charges and the extra 20 years attacking the warden, he will be on lifetime supervised release.

More here.

See RRW’s extensive Crimes category where you will see some recent cases—Iraqi refugee Colorado cop shooter, the Iraqi ISIS killer, a refugee found living in California, and the Somali terrorist (al-Shabaab) refugee couple in Arizona—where the alleged criminals lied on refugee applications to America.  So much for extreme vetting!

One final thing!

When the refugee industry puts out those glowing economic studies about how refugees benefit America, I wonder do they include, on the cost side, what it costs taxpayers for these criminals that go through our court system and are sentenced to decades in prison.?

Someone needs to figure out what it costs to keep one of these terrorists/criminals in jail for decades to life.

 

12 Responses to “Uzbek refugee sentenced to additional 20 years in prison for attempted murder”

  1. nafbpo7 said

    Judges will include “supervised release” following incarceration, but they know that ICE will process them for deportation while they are serving their sentence. Upon completion of the sentence, the prison authorities will turn him over to ICE, and they will escort him to his final destination.

    Unless his native country refuses to take him, then that is a whole other matter. I don’t know about Uzbekastan, but I do know several countries do the moon walk in filling requests for travel authorization. Places like China and Jamaica are happy to leave their criminals in America, if they can.

    Like

  2. Where’s the death penalty when you need it?

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Reblogged this on islamnewworldorder and commented:
    Agreed–vetting is a joke. Just plain slam the freakin’ door for a while, a LONG while, until we’ve figured out “again” how to do it right.

    Like

  4. John Sween said

    Don’t be bigoted …. give him a job in Governor Moonbeam’s office as personal secretary.

    Ann Corcoran posted: “The warden was supposed to die! (Kurbanov told the court) Fazliddin Kurbanov was already serving a sentence of 25 years on terrorism charges when he tried to kill the warden at California’s Victorville prison. The warden was seriously wounded and “

    Liked by 1 person

  5. thetinfoilhatsociety said

    This is an older article, from 2014, but it gives you an idea of what it costs for general population (G pop) prisoners in various states: http://www.thetimesnews.com/news/20160503/state-by-state-how-much-does-it-cost-to-keep-someone-in-prison and you have to understand that someone in a higher security area such as this wonderful “gentleman” costs much more as he has to be separated from the rest of the population which means extra guarding etc.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Yes, excellent point, Ann. What is the taxpayer cost of going through the court system, prison room, board and medical for 45 years? Added to that the cost of parole “supervision”? Could this get any more insane?

    Like

  7. Robert K Pavlick said

    You see, this is precisely why the Death Penalty is important. Terrorists and serial killers will continue to murder, even while in prison, with no deterrent ! Why not ? So they either need to be executed or kept in solitary confinement for their entire prison term, in order to protect the lives of other prisoners and prison staff.

    Like

  8. Rosie said

    Remember the guy with his face circled…he is from Idaho. Rosie

    Sent from Mail for Windows 10

    Like

  9. Dr. Rich Swier said

    Great. Published: http://bit.ly/2Mwl3KY

    Rich

    On Sat, Aug 18, 2018 at 8:29 AM Refugee Resettlement Watch wrote:

    > Ann Corcoran posted: “The warden was supposed to die! (Kurbanov told the > court) Fazliddin Kurbanov was already serving a sentence of 25 years on > terrorism charges when he tried to kill the warden at California’s > Victorville prison. The warden was seriously wounded and ” >

    Like

  10. stp479 said

    We need mandatory deportation for criminal acts by immigrants. There is a very high rate of crime found throughout the immigrant populations sourced in certain areas of the world.

    Like

  11. stp479 said

    The gift’s of Obama keep on giving to America. A legacy of #DeathbyDiversity.

    Like

  12. Why wasn’t he deported for lying on his immigration application? If that had happened, the warden would never have been attacked in the first place. My understanding is that Uzbek anti-terrorism services are efficient, in contrast to ours unfortunately.

    Like

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

 
%d bloggers like this: