Ahmed Dogan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, survived an assassination attempt today during a party conference in Sofia, Bulgaria.
The assassin’s gun misfired giving the opposition leader time jump out of the way and for security guards to jump the man.

The would-be assassin was identified as Oktay Enimemehmedov, a 25-year-old ethnic Turkish resident of the city of Burgas, with a previous criminal record for assault and theft. According to officials Enimemehmedov had not consumed alcohol or drugs and does not suffer from a serious mental disease.

The Daily Mail reported:

A Bulgarian politician today survived an extraordinary assassination attempt when a man stormed the stage and held a gun to his head as he was giving a speech.

Fortunately for Ahmed Dogan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, the weapon misfired giving him time to react and hit the would-be assassins hand out of the way.

Before he can attempt a second shot the unidentified suspect is tackled to the ground by security guards and delegates attending the conference in Sofia.

Ahmed Dogan, founder and leader of the Bulgarian ethnic Turkish party DPS (Movement for Rights and Freedoms), resigned four hours after an attempt was made on his life.

 

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  1. Gotta love the ass whooping he got.

  2. I don’t think they have to worry about reading his rights there!

  3. Love the immediate justice!

  4. Love to see that happen to our Socialist leader but this time the gun doesn’t jam.

  5. ATTN Jim:

    Cleanup request, #6.

  6. foxmuldar,

    We don’t do that here. Only commies and deranged sociopaths assassinate their opposition. As much as I despise our marxist president the unlawful taking of another life is evil regardless of the reasons. That’s what people in the weather underground and black panthers would want to do (and did).

    Why did he resign? He survived. Ronald Reagan was an inch away from death and his response was “I forgot to duck.”

  7. If it really happen to Traitor in Chief he died, later being possess by Satan and started to become more eerie. I not sure his secret service agents will allow it because there was once Patriot was visited by Traitor in Chief Secret Service Agents scared of threats assassination of Traitor in Chief Beforeitsnews.

  8. By resigning, he gave the opposition their victory. What a shame….

  9. And I know they probably needed to interrogate him, but it sure would have been fun to just stand back and let the crowd beat him to death …

  10. On #6: It is never good to repay evil with evil but to pray for those who persecute us. It is far easier, better, and righteous for God to change the person’s heart than it is to take matters into our own hands. That way of thinking was also how Judas thought.

  11. Yawn. Muslim-on-Muslim terrorism. Muslims didn’t like their chose Muslim representative, tried to kill him, didn’t, but were ultimately successful with the attempt since the guy resigned out of fear.

  12. Yawn. Muslim-on-Muslim terrorism. Muslims didn’t like their chosen Muslim representative, tried to kill him, didn’t, but were ultimately successful with the attempt since the guy resigned out of fear.

  13. Somewhat off topic, it’s actions like this that cause politicians to ‘justify’ “tweaks” in laws prohibiting free speech/protests (this is a good piece detailing what was in H.R. 357 to change existing protest laws). Slate:

    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2012/03/the_anti_protest_bill_signed_by_barack_obama_is_a_quiet_attack_on_free_speech_.html

    Occupy, hardest hit.

  14. But the biggest question in the liberals minds is: Exactly how can we use this to blame the NRA?
    I am sure they will come up with something.

  15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvZddAjh5gM
    Ahmed Dogan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms resigned.



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