Drug peddling, prostitution, assault, sex attacks, weapons smuggling, fraud, car theft, robberies, terrorism, extremism – these are all dominated by Muslim migrants throughout Europe. Before the arrival of Muslims they had a completely different, more innocent society. They contribute with nothing visibly good to society. They only destroy from within.
The EU has now invited over 2 million more of these criminals and financial sponges to their shores. Over 5 million additional Muslims, who will have dozens of children, have been brought in in only five years. Disgusting. Treason charges and execution is the only worthy punishment of the leadership responsible for this.
Two men convicted over Britain’s biggest ever drugs bust after THREE TONNES of cocaine worth £500million was found on a ship off the coast of Scotland
- Royal Navy intercepted tugboat-style ship in the North Sea in April
- More than three tonnes of high-grade cocaine was found in a ballast tank
- The ship’s captain and second in command have been convicted today
By Richard Spillett for MailOnline
Published: 15:48, 11 July 2016
Two men whose boat was caught carrying a record £512million cocaine haul have been convicted of an international drug smuggling operation.
Mumin Sahin and Emin Ozmen were arrested after their ship, MV Hamal, was stopped 100 miles east of the Scottish coast in April last year.
An astonishing 3.2 tonnes of high purity cocaine was discovered hidden in a ballast tank at the front of the ship.
Mumin Sahin (L) and Emin Ozmen (R) face lengthy jail after three tonnes of cocaine was found on their ship.
MV Hamal being boarded by a team from the Royal Navy last April. Three tonnes of cocaine was onboard.
The pair now face lengthy jail terms after they were found guilty following a 12-week trial at the High Court in Glasgow.
They were convicted of smuggling cocaine on the MV Hamal as well as a separate charge of being concerned in the supply of the drug.
Sahin held his head in his hands as the verdicts were announced.
Prosecutors stated the boat had travelled from Istanbul via Tenerife to South America then back to the North Sea.
The drugs bust happened after the MV Hamal was halted in international waters and brought back to Aberdeen Harbour.
French customs had earlier tipped-off British authorities that drugs were on board.
The vessel was intercepted by the Royal Navy warship HMS Somerset and Border Force officials.
A huge amount of drugs were found in the ship, with a pile of bags twice the size of a large family car
The drugs were crammed in the ship’s ballast tank and were slowly uncovered by authorities.
The haul was so big, it took two days to remove. The purity of the cocaine ranged from between 58 and 74 per cent.
In an unusual move – and amid tight security – the drugs were brought to court for the jury to see.
Police drugs expert Jurgen Wahla revealed the haul had a potential UK street value of £512m
BRITAIN’S BIGGEST DRUG BUSTS
1. £500million worth of cocaine off the coast of Aberdeenshire, April 2015
2. £150million worth of cocaine off the south-west coast of Ireland, September 2014
3. £100million worth of cocaine in Kingussie, Scotland, 1991
4. £90million worth of cocaine in Woody Bay, Devon, October 2000
5. £80million worth of cannabis stored under piles of fresh meat at a cold storage company in County Durham, December 2011
This would happen if the cocaine was adulterated to around 15 per cent pure and sold in one gram deals.
Sahin, 47, was the captain of the boat with Ozmen, 50, second in command.
Kayacan Dalgakirin, Mustafa Guven, Umit Colakel, Ibrahim Dag were cleared of the allegations after the jury returned not proven verdicts.
Three other men – Mustafa Ceviz, Abdulkadir Cirik and Muhammet Seckin – were cleared earlier in the trial after the same charges were thrown out.
The high-purity drugs bust is more than three times more valuable than Britain’s previous biggest haul. Cocaine worth £150million was discovered onboard a yacht off the south-west coast of Ireland in September 2014. It was headed to north Wales.
The ship was so full of drugs, that it took two days for a ‘human chain’ of men to remove it all
The drugs ship was brought to shore where half a billion pounds worth of cocaine was found on board.
Speaking after today’s convictions, NCA senior investigating officer John McGowan said: ‘This seizure was unprecedented in scale, the biggest ever class A haul in the UK, and we believe the biggest ever maritime seizure of cocaine in Europe.
‘While we suspect that the end destination for this load would have initially been mainland Europe, there is no doubt given the size of the seizure that a good percentage would have ended up being sold in the UK and fuelling further criminality.
‘Our investigation has been truly international and we have relied on support of law enforcement colleagues across the globe, including France, Turkey, Guyana and Tanzania.’