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.
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.
Thanks to Richard for spotting the story at Creeping Sharia.
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.
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.