Budapest, November 30 (MTI) – A Syrian man has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for his role in a migrant riot at the Röszke border crossing station last autumn.
In its primary ruling passed on Wednesday, the Szeged court said that the man was guilty of terrorist activities involving illegal border crossing as well as coercion and violence, committed as a participant in the riot.
The court also ruled that the perpetrator must spend a minimum of two thirds of his term in prison, and that he would be banned from the country.
In July, nine Syrians and one Iraqi national involved in the riots were sentenced to 1-3 years imprisonment.
The ruling Fidesz party welcomed the court’s decision. In a statement, Fidesz said the Hungarian government had been vindicated in its decision to seal Hungary’s border, arguing that Europe was under a constant threat of terrorism. “Terrorism must not be allowed to spread in Europe and make its way into Hungary,” Fidesz said. “We must therefore do everything we can to protect our country from the settlement of migrants,” the statement added.
OOH! Terrorist and Prison guard, (roleplay, NOT!)
Look at that, the “Beverly Hills POLO Club”!! Nice touch jailbird! That clean shaven face, nice shirt, and the POLO jacket. Well your going to find some nice men looking for a good clean virgin like you, boy. Ohh! and you like to fight! All the better, Babosh and Clemont, love a good little play before getting down to business. Don’t worry, you’ll have lots of time there, and they will show you to all their friends too! You’ll get to play every day, hope you’ll get some sleep, you know, they just will never quite get enough of you. Be sure to tell your friends that there is lots of partying where your going.