triggered The deportation of the Islamist terrorists, Adem Y., in Turkey, despite an extradition request from the United States, criticism of the US government to the Federal government. "We are deeply disappointed by the decision of Germany," said the acting U.S. attorney Matthew Whitaker on Thursday. "The German government has helped y. with intent to evade justice, and by him set in a plane in Turkey." Adem Y. was deported on Tuesday, after serving an eleven year prison sentence in Turkey.
As a member of the so-called "Sauerland group" was the 40-Year-old was part of a terrorist cell, the multiple bomb attacks prepared. He had been arrested in 2007 in Medebach in the Sauerland region. His imprisonment, sentenced him to the higher regional court (OLG) Düsseldorf had, had served Y. already in October 2018 and complete. Already before this date, the US operated procedures because of its own investigation, the time of Delivery. The higher regional court of Frankfurt rejected an extradition to the United States, but
to be The United States accuse Y., in the assassination of an American citizen in Afghanistan have been involved. The US Ambassador in Germany, Richard Grenell, accused the German authorities, "against the provisions and the spirit of the extradition agreement" to violate. Whitaker criticized with a view to nobility Y.: "The German government has refused any responsibility for not to accept his extradition to the United States, has failed to respect their contractual obligations and the rule of law is undermined."
The Prosecutor's office in New York had raised in may 2015 indictment against Adem Y., until Tuesday of secrecy was subject to and it is only since the public is. The U.S. Department of justice, accuses Adel Y. to be a suicide attack, all of which involved, at the 3. March 2008 in the ostafghanischen province Chost two U.S. soldiers and wounded eleven others were killed. The indictment says he also should be in the year 2006 in the Afghan-Pakistan border area of attacks against U.S. troops have been involved.More about
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Adem Y. to be traveled, according to the U.S. Department of justice in 2006 from Germany in the Region, in order to be in an Islamist training camp to train. The UN security Council leads Adem Y. because of his Connections to the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU) since 2008 on the terrorist list. Accordingly, Adem Y. to have recruited people for the IJU. (dpa)