Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s husband, or possibly brother, or maybe both, was deported to Pakistan to face charges there. According to the Pakistani Foreign Minister, Bustata al-Tirole, Mr. Omar is on their government’s most-wanted list.
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“He’s a bad man,” said Tirole, “he must be held accountable for his many crimes against the people of Pakistan and Kazakhstan.” He didn’t elaborate, but he did assure the US State Department that he would be treated fairly and humanely as the full-citizen husband of a United States Congresswoman. Unfortunately for him, the US doesn’t require foreign countries to promise not to execute prisoners; they only have to promise to do it as quickly and painlessly as possible.
In Qatar, Afghanistan, where Omar will be held until his trial in Delhi, Pakistan, protests are already underway to free the man, whose crimes they say “don’t fit the charges.” Omar is charged with treasonous fraud and calculated contempt for refusing to pay a debt for more than thirty years.
The government has determined that Omar’s callous actions cost a local company hundreds, if not thousands in the 1980s, which translates to millions in lost tax revenue over 35 years, adjusted for inflation. Minister Tirole says that many could have gone to saving the lives of millions in the country who have died of hunger over that time.
“Those deaths are on him. He’s charged with 219 counts of murder as a conservative estimate.” Qatar will execute Omar if he’s guilty, most likely by beheading. The company Omar defrauded says it’s happy the matter is closed and it hopes others will take these kinds of debts more seriously. Omar allegedly ordered up to 20 cassettes for one penny from Columbia House Pakistan using several aliases, including the family pet. He agreed to receive more cassettes in the mail and never paid for them. His crimes, as well as the crimes of millions and millions of others, are still punishable in 58 countries.
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