On savait déjà qu’il y avait déjà deux délinquants notoires “en fuite” (en attendant maintenant le verdict de la Cour d’Appel de Versailles), qui coule des jours heureux à Djibouti, “immunisés” grâce à Guelleh. Il s’agit d’Hassan Saïd et de Djama Souleiman qui se sont soustraits volontairement à la justice française… et qui ont déjà été condamnés en première instance à des peines de prison ferme …
Notre correspondant nous signale un autre cas :(mais nous savons tous que les Palais de l’Escale de d’Haramous abritent et protègent d’autres délinquants qui pourraient être recherchés dans l’avenir, par des juges …)
Djibouti, est-elle devenue un refuge pour les criminels ?
Le criminel Mahamoud Abdillahi Issa dit Sangub recherché aux USA, vit et travaille actuellement pour le gouvernement de Djibouti.
Voici la vidéo sur youtube et diffusée aux Etats-Unis.
Lien avec Youtube
Ci- dessous, un article du Minnesota Monitor. (En Anglais)
Hennepin County authorities on Tuesday filed another complaint against Mahamud Abdullahi Isse, who in June failed to show up for a child molestation charges against him. Minnesota Monitor first reported the 72-year-old’s disappearance, and last week we were first to report that he was spotted on a video clip shot in the Republic of Djibouti, a tiny country just north of Somalia. A respected poet and a playwright, Isse was performing at a mass wedding ceremony in Djibouti, his native country, in late June.
Authorities said they will continue to hunt for him, and will bring him to Minnesota if he’s apprehended. Isse is the oldest person in the history of Hennepin County’s most-wanted list, according to authorities.
Now on Most-Wanted List, Fugitive Playwright Spotted on Video
by: Abdi Aynte
For most Somalis, Mahamud Abdullahi Isse is a highly regarded poet and playwright, but for the law enforcement community in Hennepin County, he’s a child molester and fugitive. He is now among the most-wanted people in the county — and was recently spotted on a wedding video in Djibouti.
Minnesota Monitor first reported Isse’s disappearance in June.
The 72-year-old, who’s now the oldest person on Minnesota’s Top 10 Most Wanted list, was charged last January with first-degree criminal sexual conduct. According to a complaint filed in Hennepin County District Court, the alleged incident took place in 1995. The victim, who is now 21, was staying at a relative’s house where Isse frequently visited and fondled her, according to the complaint. She regarded him as an “uncle.”
The victim, who moved to Washington state in 1997, was in Minneapolis in January last year for a visit when she ran into Isse at the Village Market, a large Somali mall in south Minneapolis. The complaint said that Isse gave her his phone number and said he wanted to see her again.
She recorded their phone conversations, in which he allegedly admits having sex with her when she was 10.
Widely known as Sangub, he missed two court dates in June. A judge doubled his bail to $300,000.