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January 6th, 2022

This lovely young home wrecker Alice has a thing for guys that are taken. If you’re single she has no interest. What’s sad is they never choose her when it comes down to it, so hopefully she learns to be content with being a side piece at best. She also robs drug dealers with baseball bats while she is high so anyone who lost a significant amount of that Somali Drug Shipment in Brussels about a couple months ago…like a real significant amount, if you know this sweetheart she will admit it and laugh at you niggers. Hopefully she will learn its not nice to do drugs and drug related thins.

December 23rd, 2021

September 17th, 2021

2011 Liège attack On 13 December 2011, a murder–suicide attack took place in the city of Liège in the Wallonia region of Belgium. The attacker, 33-year-old Nordine Amrani, threw grenades and fired an FN FAL rifle at civilians on Saint-Lambert Square. The attack killed five and left 125 others injured; seven of whom suffered serious injuries. Amrani then committed suicide by shooting himself with a revolver. Earlier that day, he had also murdered a woman in his house. Attack The attack took place on 13 December 2011 at 12:33 local time (11:33 UTC) in Saint-Lambert Square, home to the town’s courthouse. It was a busy day with many shoppers in the nearby Christmas market. Witnesses reported four explosions and gunfire. At first, it was believed that there were two or more assailants, who threw stun grenades into the courthouse while another hurled them at a bus shelter. The gunman then fired shots from the rooftop of a bakery shop, located across the square. Police were on the scene quickly and sealed off the square. Amrani killed four people in the attack and wounded 125 others, seven seriously. After that, Amrani committed suicide by shooting himself with a .357 Magnum revolver. Two of the dead were teenage boys aged 15 and 17. A 17-month-old boy died later in a hospital. A 75-year-old woman died from her injuries two days after the attack. A sixth victim, who had been in an induced coma since the attack, died of head injuries on December 23. Perpetrator Nordine Amrani was born in Ixelles/Elsene in Brussels, Belgium on 15 November 1978. He was a French-speaking Belgian of Moroccan origin and a welder by trade. According to Amrani’s lawyer, he could not speak Arabic nor was he Muslim. Amrani was known to have an interest in guns, with a history of convictions for possession of weapons. He grew up near Brussels, and was living with his fiancée, a care home nurse. Orphaned early, he was raised in foster homes. Amrani had been released from prison in October 2010. He had been convicted to a 58-month (4 years, 10 months) sentence he received from a Liège court in 2008. The conviction was for possession of thousands of weapons parts, dozens of weapons, including a rocket launcher, assault and sniper rifles, as well as 2,800 cannabis plants, in the context of a criminal conspiracy (association de malfaiteurs). He also had convictions for handling stolen goods and sex offences but had no known links to terror groups. On the day of the attack, Amrani had been summoned for an interview with the police to answer questions about a sexual abuse case. Before the attack, Amrani transferred money from his account to that of his girlfriend. On the morning of the attack, Amrani killed a 45-year-old woman in his apartment. The victim was working as a cleaner for Amrani’s neighbour. He possibly lured her into his flat under the pretext of offering her work. After the murder, he hid her body in his shed, then left his flat for the city centre, equipped with a backpack containing the weapons.<SNIP> LINK

September 7th, 2021

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