Jump to content

Comfy Theme© by Fisana
 


Photo
- - - - -

AFP: Malaysian forces in Sabah kill ASG leader


  • You cannot start a new topic
  • Please log in to reply
2 replies to this topic

#1 RogerDat

RogerDat

    Limp Member

  • Elite
  • 4,148 posts
  • 643 thanks
  • 386 topics
  • Local time: 04:23 AM
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Lapu Lapu
  • My Blood Type:A+
  • Philippines:Current resident

Posted 11 December 2016 - 6:37 PM

MSN 

MANILA - A notorious leader of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) who led the 2015 kidnapping incident in Samal City was among three bandits killed when Malaysian security forces encountered them while attempting yet another abduction Thursday in Lahad Datu, Sabah.

Major Felimon Tan Jr. of the Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) disclosed Saturday that, "per validation made by this Command, the shootout resulted in the killing of Abraham Hamid, leader of the September 2015 Samal kidnapping incident, and two of his cohorts."

That abduction in Samal eventually culminated in the heading of at least two foreign hostages.

Tan added that the encounter also resulted in the capture two other bandits, identified as Samsung Aljan and Awal Hajal.

© Provided by InterAksyon

Two other bandits were missing and feared dead.

Earlier reports indicated that the shootout ensued when the Sabah forces fired at armed men on board a speed boat while its passengers were trying to board a trawler fishing vessel.

 

The bandits' boat sank after the firefight and then the Malaysian forces discovered that the armed men were Abu Sayyaf bandits.

According to military dossiers, Hamid started his banditry as an ASG spotter, until he came to be recognized as a leader.

"He was tagged as the leader of the Abu Sayyaf group involved in the kidnapping of Robert Hall, John Ridsdel, Kjartan Sekkingstad and Marites Flor on September 21, 2015 at Ocean View Resort in Camudmud, Samal City, Davao del Sur," Tan said.

"He was also tagged in the kidnapping of four Indonesian crew members of Tugboat Henry," he added.

Tan described the killing of Hamid as "a big blow to the ASG."


  • fred42, Lee, goggleye and 5 others like this



#2 dnl_grout

dnl_grout

    oldcamera

  • Elite
  • 765 posts
  • 55 thanks
  • 1 topics
  • Local time: 04:23 AM
  • Gender:Male
  • My Blood Type:No option.
  • Philippines:Visited 6 to 9 trips

Posted 12 December 2016 - 5:21 AM

One of the most wanted, a leader, is killed screwing around boarding a fishing trawler?

 

Maybe thats just the life of a sea "bandit" do or die, not about the money you already have.



#3 Jester

Jester

    Emperor of America

  • Diamond Sponsor
  • 2,607 posts
  • 378 thanks
  • 203 topics
  • Local time: 08:23 AM
  • Gender:Male
  • Location:Ft Myers FL
  • My Blood Type:No option.
  • Philippines:Visited 6 to 9 trips

Posted 12 December 2016 - 5:56 AM

Ho hm, leaders killed, high body count massive drug bust, cartels crippled, drones take out high value target in Shitzanisburg. Seems like they never accomplish anything other than making headlines and spending money.  

                                                                                                        Jester






1 user(s) are browsing this forum

0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users


Copyright © 2017 Living In Cebu Forums / Woody Paul Petrea