Colorado woman killed by Muslim asylum seeker in Austria

Source: Asylum seeker arrested in death of American nanny in Austria | Fox News

Swiss police have arrested a man suspected of murdering an American woman who worked as a nanny in Vienna, Austria.

The Austrian tabloid Kronen Zeitung reported that the suspect, identified only as 24-year-old Abdou I., was arrested Thursday at an asylum center in northeastern Switzerland, just over the Austrian border. The paper said Abdou was an asylum seeker originally from Gambia, in Africa. Some other reports gave the suspect’s age as 23.

The suspect was arrested nine days after Vienna police found the body of 25-year-old Colorado native Lauren Mann in her Vienna apartment. Mann was found lying face-down on a mattress with traces of her blood on the floor. An autopsy gave suffocation as the cause of Mann’s death.

The arrest also came nearly 4 weeks after a Senegalese refugee was booked for the murder of an American woman in Florence, Italy. Ashley Olsen’s body was discovered strangled to death in her apartment in early January.

Kronen Zeitung reported that Abdou I.’s DNA was found at the crime scene and authorities tracked his cell phone to the Swiss refugee center where he was ultimately arrested.

The paper had previously reported that Abdou I. had migrated to Italy in 2012 and had later requested asylum in Germany. However, his application was denied and he was threatened with deportation due to a series of criminal offenses, including a 2014 conviction for sexual abuse of minors.

Kronen Zeitung reported that friends and classmates of Mann told the paper that she often went to train stations and shelters to help distribute food and blankets to asylum-seekers, and wanted to help the suspect. The report said that though she did not know of his criminal history, she knew he faced deportation back to Africa.

The suspect has denied an initial request to be extradited to Austria, which means authorities there must submit an official extradition request under European Union guidelines within 18 days.

Elsewhere in Austria, reality is proving a cruel, violent and bitter pill: Mother of 10 Year Old Boy Raped by Iraqi Muslim Migrant Says She Regrets Teaching Her Children to Welcome Migrants.

Muslims have killed scores of Americans under Obama’s watch – Wife of Islamic State leader charged in death of US aid work Kayla Mueller.

Colorado: Terror-listed CAIR shakes down Cargill again, hiring policy changed for Muslims

And they still want more to pray for the destruction of the kuffar. Laws and rules for Muslims, and laws and rules for everyone else.

2016 is off to a blazing fast start for the murderous jihadists and their suit and tie-wearing co-religionists who wage a different type of jihad…but both for the sharia. On Jan. 1 we asked, “How much further will Cargill go to appease Muslim supremacists?”

The first submission of the year comes via: Cargill changes hiring policy following dispute involving Muslim workers –

Cargill will change its hiring policy — allowing employees to be potentially rehired 30 days after termination, not 180 days — in response to a walkout by Somali workers in Colorado.

After a dispute over Muslim prayer time, about 150 employees at Cargill’s sprawling Fort Morgan, Colo., plant didn’t show up for work for three days — grounds for termination. They were fired. Some of those workers claimed they weren’t allowed to take prayer breaks, while Cargill claimed that it was still following its policy allowing the breaks.

Minnetonka-based Cargill said in a statement Friday that it will change the hiring policy at all of its North American beef plants, allowing former employees terminated for “attendance violation or job abandonment” to be considered for rehiring 30 days after being fired. The workers would have to reapply for their jobs.

“We believe the change in our beef business policy related to how quickly a former employee may be eligible to reapply for positions at our beef plants is a reasonable update to something that’s been in place for quite a few years,” Cargill Beef President John Keating said in a statement.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has been representing many terminated Somali workers, said it welcomed Cargill’s change in hiring policy, though it criticized Cargill’s prayer break policy as ambiguous.

Jaylani Hussein, CAIR’s Minnesota executive director, said in a statement that there has been a “pattern of hostility” to prayer accommodation requests at Fort Morgan.

Cargill refuted that, saying in a statement that “the vast majority of religious accommodation requests are routinely granted during each of the plant’s two weekday work shifts.” The breaks, which are granted based on production line staffing, are not guaranteed and are not part of the meal and break periods outlined in Cargill’s contract with Teamsters Local 455, the company said. Teamsters representatives have not returned requests for comment.

Cargill, the largest U.S. private company, is one of North America’s largest beef producers, operating eight major plants, including six in the United States, which together employ 18,000 workers. The Fort Morgan plant slaughters cattle and produces boxed beef.

Since the Somali workers were terminated, it’s been “challenging” to run the Fort Morgan plant at full speed, Martin said. “We’re operating at significantly reduced capacity on the second shift.”

While Cargill has hired some people since the walkout, the labor pool isn’t large in Fort Morgan, a town of about 12,000 people.

Over the past few decades, U.S. meatpacking plants — including in Minnesota — have increasingly relied on immigrant communities for labor. About one-third of Cargill’s workers at Fort Morgan are immigrants, or come from immigrant families from Africa, and are predominantly Muslim. Much of the rest of the workforce there is of Hispanic descent.

As Refugee Resettlement Watch notes: Cargill caves to CAIR, will allow Somali workers to reapply for jobs in 30 days

It all boils down to the fact that ‘Big Meat’ doesn’t want to pay higher wages and so they have become completely dependent on refugee labor.  In the meantime, they are changing the face of rural America.

They can get away with cheap wages as long as the federal government (and their resettlement contractors) continue to bring them fresh refugee laborers every year.   While they get away with paying low wages, you supplement the refugee family’s income with welfare payments!  What a business model for the meatpacking industry.

Related submissions to sharia by meat plants:

Why companies and the media still associate with the known terrorist group CAIR baffles the mind. Some background via Rogues gallery of terror-tied CAIR leaders.

Colorado: 190 Muslims Fired After Walking Off Job, Demanding More Prayer Time

The Clinton legacy of failed Somali Muslim immigration continues. The Creeping Sharia archives remind readers that Cargill in Colorado submitted to sharia law for Muslims in 2008 and in 2011 furthered their sharia-adherence giving Muslim workers gender-segregated prayer space with Islamic prayer rugs. The Muslims are being represented by none other than the UAE terror-listed Muslim outfit: CAIR.

Source: Cargill: Tried to resolve issues before firing Colorado Muslim workers – The Denver Post

Cargill Meat Solutions said Thursday it tried to resolve a workplace prayer dispute with Somali workers at its Fort Morgan meatpacking plant that led to the firing of about 190 employees.

The workers who lost their jobs were mostly immigrants from Somalia, and their termination came after they failed to report to work for three consecutive days last week to protest what they say were changes in times allowed for Muslim prayer.

Cargill says, however, it makes every “reasonable attempt” to provide religious accommodation for all of its employees at the Fort Morgan plant without interrupting operations.

“At no time did Cargill prevent people from prayer at Fort Morgan,” said Michael Martin, a spokesman for the Wichita-based company, which is part of the agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. ” Nor have we changed policies related to religious accommodation and attendance. This has been mischaracterized.”

Cargill also said while reasonable efforts are made to accommodate employees, accommodation is not guaranteed every day and depends on changing factors in the plant.

“This has been clearly communicated to all employees,” Martin said.

But the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which is representing more than 100 of the fired employees, said Thursday that messaging from plant supervisors has not always been so clear.

On Dec. 18, the Friday before employee protests began Dec. 21, “the workers were told: ‘If you want to pray, go home,’ ” CAIR spokesman Jaylani Hussein said.

“To these employees, that is what it is. Maybe Cargill never changed its policy, but to these employees, they feel whatever the policy is, or how it is implemented, there was a change put in place,” Hussein said.

Cargill provides a “reflection room” at the plant where observant Muslim workers are allowed to pray, something that has been available since 2009.

Hussein said depending on the season, the workers pray at different times of the day, typically taking five to 10 minutes away from their work. The time was carved out of a 15-minute break period or from the workers’ unpaid 30-minute lunch breaks.

Many of the workers banded together and decided to walk off the job in an attempt to sway plant managers to reinstate the prayer policy.

“They feel missing their prayer is worse than losing their job,” Hussein said. “It’s like losing a blessing from God.”

On Dec. 23, Cargill fired the holdouts who had not returned to work, citing a company policy that employees who do not show up for work or call in for three consecutive days will be let go.

“It’s an unfortunate situation that may be based somewhere in a misunderstanding,” Martin said. “But the policies have been in place, and we go over the policies for all people who are newly hired to the company when they are hired.”

All of the terminated employees worked the second shift on the plant’s fabrication floor, where chilled beef carcasses are broken down into smaller cuts and packaged, Martin said.

Of those involved, “fewer than 20” employees walked out in the middle of a shift, he said. About 160 failed to report to work, and 10 resigned.

Before the walkout, Cargill employed roughly 600 Somali workers at the Fort Morgan plant. More than 400 still work there, Martin said, and accommodations are still being made to allow Muslims to leave the floor in small groups to pray.

“There has been a desire among some employees to go in larger groups of people to pray. We just can’t accommodate that,” Martin said. “It backs up the flow of all the production. We’re a federally inspected, USDA inspected plant. We have to ensure food safety. We have to ensure the products we produce meet consumer expectations.”

The workers earn $14 per hour and up and are represented by a union, Teamsters Local 455. More than 2,000 people are employed at the plant.

Cargill has a policy stating that any workers who are terminated cannot reapply for a position for six months. CAIR continues to talk with Cargill, and Hussein said he hopes the six-month freeze is waived and that the workers will be allowed back.

“I’m confident in our upcoming negotiations that we can come to a resolution,” Hussein said.

How much further will Cargill go to appease Muslim supremacists?

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Colorado: Saudi Muslim student unleashes racist, anti-American rant on cabbie

Oh, and he exposed his genitals and dumped cocaine on the driver. Just another of Obama’s Saudi student visa holders.


via Aspen ‘extreme’ plan ends with felony charge |

A Saudi Arabian man allegedly cursed an Aspen taxi driver and exposed himself to the man before spilling cocaine on him during a ride to the St. Regis Hotel last weekend, according to court documents.

Majed Alhamad, 23, later admitted he was intoxicated and told Aspen police officers “he wanted to go ‘extreme’ while in Aspen,” according to an affidavit filed in District Court on Friday.

The 60-year-old driver for High Mountain Taxi told police that Alhamad — whose booking sheet lists him as a student in Los Angeles — offered him cocaine “a number of times” on the ride early Friday morning to the St. Regis, but the driver refused, the affidavit states.

“(The driver) stated this angered Alhamad,” according to the affidavit written by an Aspen police officer. “(The driver) said that Alhamad used vulgar language and derogatory racial terms … and ‘f—ing American’ while in the vehicle.”

The taxi driver also said Alhamad “exposed his genitals to him” and “opened the small baggie of cocaine and spilled it on him,” the affidavit states.

“(The driver) stated that he did not want anything to happen to the individual but felt the need to report the incident to law enforcement,” according to the officer’s affidavit.

When officers spoke with Alhamad and his friend, a sergeant recognized them because he’d helped them get a taxi back to their hotel earlier in the night.

Alhamad admitted to buying the cocaine for $100 from someone on the street he didn’t know, the affidavit states.

“Alhamad stated he knew it was not real cocaine and stated it was baby powder,” according to the affidavit. “I asked Alhamad how he knew it was not cocaine and he said it smelled like baby powder and he had done cocaine in the past.”

An officer tested the cocaine baggie and received a “presumptive positive” on it for cocaine, according to the affidavit.

Alhamad admitted to using derogatory words toward the driver but said he didn’t spill the white powder on him, according to the affidavit. The officer wrote that Alhamad smelled of alcohol.

“Alhamad said he wanted to go ‘extreme’ while in Aspen but will have to pay for this incident,” the affidavit states.

Alhamad was charged with felony possession of cocaine and harassment.


Harvard ‘Islamic law’ librarian arrested for attempted child sexual assault

He was attending the Middle Eastern Islamic Librarian conference. Hussein Ahmad is likely a “well-vetted” immigrant of some sort. via Harvard librarian arrested on trip to Colorado to molest girl – Boulder Daily Camera

A Harvard University librarian was arrested after he traveled to Gilpin County with the intention of having sex with a teenage girl only to learn he had been corresponding with a deputy, authorities said Tuesday.

Yahya Hussein Ahmad Melhem, 47, was arrested for investigation of attempted sexual exploitation of a child, Internet sexual exploitation of a child, Internet luring of a child and attempted child sexual assault, all felony charges.

Melhem was released on a $10,000 bail. He could not be reached for comment Tuesday.

Michelle Deakin, spokeswoman for Harvard Law School, declined to comment about the charge, including his employment status.

Gilpin County deputies arrested Melhem on Friday in a sting in which a deputy posed as a teenager, according to a Tuesday news release by the sheriff’s office.

Melhem was in the Denver area attending a conference.

On Nov. 19, a male deputy was on a social networking site portraying himself as a teen when Melhem allegedly exchanged messages with him thinking he was a young girl.

Melhem texted that he would rent a car and drive to Black Hawk to meet her.

Melhem wrote a message asking the “girl” to show him “her intimate body parts via webcam.” He also displayed sexually graphic video of himself to the deputy believing he was a girl.


Melhem had worked as a librarian for Islamic Law at Harvard Law School, according to staffdirectories. He was in Denver to attend the Middle Eastern Islamic Librarian conference, according to the affidavit.

De. por. ta. tion.



Colorado, Kansas and South Carolina targeted to house Gitmo terrorists

And when they are freed, they will be freed in your backyards. via Pentagon to release Guantanamo detainee relocation plan, as Obama pressed ahead with closure

The Pentagon is expected to release a plan next week on President Obama’s years-long effort to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center that suggests a Colorado prison dubbed “the Alcatraz of the Rockies” as one suitable site to relocate expected life-long detainees, Obama administration officials say.

However, critics of the promise, including many Republicans, fear transferring detainees to the U.S. mainland as part of an overall closure plan poses too much of a homeland security risk. They also say the president has yet to submit a closure plan and have been critical of the administration recently allowing some known terrorists to return to the Middle East.

The Florence, Colo., prison is among seven U.S. facilities in Colorado, Kansas and South Carolina being considered.

The Pentagon plan represents a last-gasp effort by the administration to convince staunch opponents in Congress that dangerous detainees who can’t be transferred safely to other countries should be housed in a U.S.-based prison.

 The United States opened the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks to get suspected terrorists off the battlefield.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said this week that the administration is trying “very hard” to transfer 53 more detainees, among the 112 remaining, before the end of the year.

The rest are either facing trial by military commission or the government has determined that they are too dangerous to release but are not facing charges.

Any decision to select a U.S. facility would require congressional approval — something U.S. lawmakers say is unlikely. However, Earnest also suggested that Obama has not ruled out the possibility of using an executive order to close the facility.

A Pentagon assessment team reviewed the sites in recent months and detailed their advantages and disadvantages. They include locations, costs for renovations and construction, the ability to house troops and hold military commission hearings, and health care facilities.

Colorado’s Centennial Correctional Facility has advantages that could outweigh its disadvantages, according to officials. But no details were available and no conclusions have been reached. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

To approve a transfer, Defense Secretary Ash Carter must conclude that the detainees will not return to terrorism or the battlefield upon release and that there is a host country willing to take them and guarantee they will secure them.

The facilities reviewed by the assessment team were

  • the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks and Midwest Joint Regional Corrections Facility at Leavenworth, Kansas;
  • the Consolidated Naval Brig, Charleston, South Carolina;
  • the Federal Correctional Complex, which includes the medium, maximum and supermax facilities in Florence, Colorado; and
  • the Colorado State Penitentiary II in Canon City, Colorado, also known as the Centennial Correctional Facility.

Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner made clear this week that he opposes any move to relocate detainees to his state.

“I will not sit idly by while the president uses political promises to imperil the people of Colorado by moving enemy combatants from Cuba, Guantanamo Bay, to my state of Colorado,” he said at a Capitol Hill news conference.

He also expressed concerns about the potential impact of such a move on the state’s judicial system and concerns about detainees potentially have to transported from the rural facility to downtown Denver to the federal courthouse for a hearing.

Contact Your Elected Officials

Colorado: Burqa-clad Statue of Liberty t-shirt pulled from Fort Carson kiosk

The shirt sums up what the U.S. military and most U.S. law enforcement has been trying to prevent for the last fourteen years. via T-shirt with burqa-clad Statue of Liberty pulled from mall kiosk h/t Islamist Watch

A T-shirt featuring the Statue of Liberty clad in a black burqa, torch raised in front of a crescent moon, with the words “Don’t let this happen America” was pulled from the shelves of a kiosk located in the mall area of the Fort Carson, Colorado, post exchange Monday after a complaint was lodged with exchange officials.

The shirt, which went on sale Sunday, violated exchange rules regarding the sale of “religious or political material,” Army and Air Force Exchange Service spokesman Chris Ward said. A customer notified an exchange manager Monday, and the item was removed hours later.

The customer was a client of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an advocacy group that claims 43,000 clients who are or were service members, including 224 at Fort Carson, according to group founder and president Mikey Weinstein. Weinstein has demanded an apology from all involved as well as an Army Inspector General investigation into the matter.

“This is one of the worst things I’ve ever seen,” said Weinstein, an Air Force Academy graduate who founded the group in 2005. “This makes us [the military] look like crusaders. … This is not a small matter, this is a horrendous matter.”

No plans for an investigation or for punishment of the vendor, Merica Apparel, are in the works, Ward said, only to “remove [the shirt] and let them know we’re not going to let that happen again. … Maybe it’s more of an educational opportunity for the vendor.”

The vendor apologized for its role in the incident via a Wednesday afternoon statement provided by Ward to Army Times.

“As soon as it was brought to our attention that a member of the Fort Carson Military Community had an issue with the shirt, it was pulled from our shelves,” according to the statement. “We did not mean to offend anybody with our T-shirt’s [sic]. We would like to apologize to anyone that may have been offended, along with AAFES for bringing discredit [to] their organization as well. We realize that being a Military Community, there are people from all over the world with different cultural backgrounds living and working on Fort Carson.”

Did the atheist version of CAIR, MRFF, act on behalf of a Muslim in this case? Who else would oppose it?

We’ve been documenting for several years that Islam and sharia are steadily creeping in Colorado. In fact, Thousands of soldiers at Fort Carson (CO) get Islamic cultural lessons.



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