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  1. Конечно испугаются за дачу ложных показаний доп срок. В США они прибавляются друг дружке, а не проглатываются более высоким сроком.
  2. Во втором сообщении про 12 человек охраны. Вопрос только какого типа arrest warrant выдадут. В США их три типа в порядке возрастания в зависимости от типа преступления: 1) внутри штата - это значит, что твои данные на арест получает только полиция штата и практически могут поймать только если засветишься внутри штата (в данном случае округ Колумбия) 2) региональный - это значит что твои данные на арест получают также полиции близлежащих штатов, в данном случае Вирджиния и Мериланд, и если ты засветишься в этих двух штатах тебя поймают и начнут процедуру выдачи (которую ты можешь опротестовать) 3) федеральный - ищут в США и заграницей. Судя по тому что одного взяли в Нью Джерси, arrest warrant на этих двух был федеральный. Думаю, что на 7 гавриков из охраны, которых подозревают в felony (преступление) warrant будет федеральный. Это практически будет означать, что из Турции они кроме как в качестве охраны эрдогашки с дип иммунитетом выехать не смогут, а то возьмут за задницу и выдвдут в США. Остальные 5 на которых misdemeanor будет внутриштатовский ордер, то есть теоретически они могут даже внутри США разьежать везде кроме Округа Колумбии. Практически, однако, это означает, что если они самостоятельно захотят поехать в США им либо не выдадут визы, либо при выдаче дадут подписать бумажку (service order), по которой они в определенный день обязаны будут явиться на слушание своего дела в суд Округа Колумбия. А вот если они не явятся, вот это реальная статья for contempt of Court (неуважение к суду) от 2 до 5 -и, и соответственно те же последствия (см. начало абзаца). Но самое главное, что те два гаврика которых взяли вынуждены будут под присягой рассказать как дело было, и раскрыть степень участия эрдогашки во всей истории.
  3. 12 Turkish agents to reportedly be charged for DC melee Published June 15, 2017 Associated Press Police are set to announce charges against a dozen Turkish security agents who were involved in a violent altercation when Turkey's president visited Washington last month, a U.S. official said Wednesday. The DC police are expected to say that seven men are being charged for felonies, and another five for misdemeanors. The official wasn't authorized to speak publicly on the matter and spoke only on condition of anonymity ahead of a Thursday news conference that includes Washington's mayor and police chief. The action is likely to exacerbate what has become a major irritant in U.S.-Turkish ties. Relations were severely strained even before the May 16 clash, which happened as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived at the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington after a White House meeting with President Donald Trump. The NATO allies are still at odds over a U.S. decision to arm Syrian Kurdish rebels fighting the Islamic State group in Syria. Turkey considers the fighters to be an extension the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey known as the PKK, and claims without evidence that protesters who showed up during Erdogan's visit to Washington last week were themselves associated with the group. U.S. officials have said law-abiding Americans were affected. Erdogan's security detail returned with him to Turkey after his visit, so it is unclear if any will face legal repercussions in the United States. However, they could end up being threatened with arrest if they return to the U.S. If any are still in the country, they could be expelled if Turkey refuses to waive diplomatic immunity. Video of the protest showed security guards and some Erdogan supporters attacking a small group of protesters with their fists and feet. Men in dark suits and others were recorded repeatedly kicking one woman as she lay curled on a sidewalk. Another wrenched a woman's neck and threw her to the ground. A man with a bullhorn was repeatedly kicked in the face. After police officers struggled to protect the protesters and ordered the men in suits to retreat, several of the men dodged the officers and ran into the park to continue the attacks. In all, nine people were hurt. Earlier Wednesday, police said two men were arrested for their role in the fracas. The Metropolitan Police Department said in a brief statement that Sinan Narin had been arrested in Virginia on an aggravated assault charge. It said Eyup Yildirim had been arrested in New Jersey on charges of assault with significant bodily injury and aggravated assault. Yildirim made his first appearance before Federal Magistrate James Clarke in Newark, N.J., who ordered him held without bail pending his next court date in Washington. Public defender David Holman sought home confinement, arguing that Yildirim wasn't a flight risk and had never been convicted of anything before. Clarke said he was less concerned with him being a possible flight risk and more concerned about the nature of the crime. Holman told the judge that Yildirim has received death threats because of the case. He said Yildirim is a business owner with three kids and ties to the local community. Prosecutors told the judge Yildirim had been arrested twice in the late 90s on simple assault charges, but the charges were later dismissed. Narin and Yildirim were both participants in the protests, according to a U.S. official familiar with the case. On the day of the violence, police detained two members of Erdogan's security detail but released them shortly afterward. Two other men were arrested at the scene — one for aggravated assault and the other for assaulting a police officer. The U.S. official, who was not authorized to speak publicly to the matter and demanded anonymity, said DC police had identified 34 of 42 people who were involved in the fight, and are seeking their arrests. Police are expected to release photos of the other eight possible suspects and appeal to the public for information on their identities, the official said. American officials strongly criticized Turkey's government and Erdogan's security forces for the violence; the State Department summoned Turkey's U.S. ambassador to complain. The Turkish Foreign Ministry then summoned America's ambassador to address about the treatment of the detained security guards. Turkey's U.S. embassy alleged the demonstrators were associated with the PKK, which has waged a three-decade-long insurgency against Turkey and is considered a terrorist group by the United States. Turkey's official Anadolu news agency said they chanted anti-Erdogan slogans, and that the Turkish president's team moved in to disperse them because "police did not heed to Turkish demands to intervene." The Turkish Embassy claimed the demonstrators were "aggressively provoking Turkish-American citizens who had peacefully assembled to greet the president. The Turkish-Americans responded in self-defense and one of them was seriously injured."
  4. 2 Turkish men arrested after brawl at DC embassy in May Published June 14, 2017 Fox News Members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's security detail are shown attacking peaceful protesters during Erdogan's trip to Washington in May. (Voice of America via AP) Two Turkish Americans accused of attacking U.S. demonstrators outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C., during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit last month, were arrested Wednesday, sources confirmed to Fox News. A law enforcement source told Fox News that one suspect, Eyup Yildirim, was apprehended in Manchester, N.J., and the other, Sinan Narin, in McLean, Va. Both arrest warrants were executed by U.S. Marshals in coordination with the Metro Police Department in Washington. PROTESTERS RECALL VIOLENT ATTACK OUTSIDE TURKISH EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON, DC "Now that charges have been filed, the Department will weigh additional actions for the named individuals, as appropriate under relevant laws and regulations," said a senior State Department official. "Any further steps will be responsive and proportional to the charges." Late Wednesday, the Associated Press reported that D.C. police would announce charges against 12 Turkish security agents related to the brawl. Seven of the agents would be charged with felonies, while the other five would be charged with misdemeanors. Erdogan’s visit to Washington in May sparked outrage when video footage posted to social media allegedly captured Erdogan's security detail beating up American protesters. Video showed protesters covered in blood, as others were beaten to the ground. Witnesses said the brawl erupted when the security detail attacked protesters carrying the flag of the Kurdish PDY party outside the embassy, hours after Erdogan met with President Trump at the White House. Turkey considers the PDY a terrorist organization. TURKEY TRIES TO SHIFT BLAME TO US OVER DC BRAWL, SUMMONS AMBASSADOR The brawl has been the source of major tensions between U.S. officials and Ankara. U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said in the immediate aftermath that the U.S. should “throw their ambassador the hell out” of the country. The Turkish Embassy had blamed the violence on the demonstrators, saying in a statement they were "aggressively provoking Turkish-American citizens who had peacefully assembled to greet the President." TURKISH OPPOSITION URGES TRUMP TO PROD ERDOGAN ON HUMAN RIGHTS "Violence is never an appropriate response to free speech, and we support the rights of people everywhere to free expression and peaceful protest," State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert countered at the time. Fox News' Rich Edson, Jake Gibson, Nick Kalman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
  6. Совет Европы расследует данные о взятках членам ПАСЕ от Азербайджана
  7. И 100 процентное импортозамещение в даже футболе Путин поддержал «стопроцентное импортозамещение» легионеров в футболе
  8. Губернатор Чукотки - Абрамович
  9. Казбек ТУАЕВ: Обыграть несчастных детей из Аякса – для этого много усилий не нужно 25 мая 2017 11:47 Член Исполкома АФФА Казбек Туаев ответил на вопросы корреспондента Полузащитник сборной Армении Генрих Мхитарян забил в составе «Манчестер Юнайтед» в финале Лиги Европы. Это причина посыпать голову пеплом или успехи отечественных клубов, регулярно выступающих на групповой стадии этого турнира, являются большим поводом для гордости? Наш футбол во всех отношениях лучше, чем в Армении. Им еще 300 лет до нашего футбола. Да что там футбол, наш спорт на высочайшем уровне. Что касается Мхитаряна, то я не считаю его сильным футболистом, которого, кстати, взрастил не армянский футбол. Победа в Лиге Европы весьма сомнительна для такого большого клуба, так как реальный уровень «Манчестер Юнайтед» показала премьер-лига. Обыграть несчастных детей из «Аякса» – для этого много усилий не нужно.
  10. Я то же не обратил внимания. Но раз уж пошла такая пьянка, предлагаю находить азеров в фейсбуке и ставить им столько лайков незабудками пока у них пукан не треснет.
  11. А ведь действительно туфта Виталий Мутко: «Ограничения для легионеров будут сохраняться. Мы защищаем свой рынок»