Julius Holmes was in his Macon, Georgia apartment cooking dinner when Officer Rogers arrived to arrest him.
“I’ll be damned if you will,” Holmes hissed, making a furtive move toward a handgun he had placed on a nearby bed.
Miraculously, Holmes wasn’t gunned down by Officer Rogers, who simply shoved him aside and seized the gun.
“I’ve come for you, and I am going to carry you even if it takes the whole police force,” Rogers growled.
“It probably will,” Holmes defiantly replied. “Go ahead and call them. I’ll die before I’ll be arrested.”
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Turkish pro-government newspaper Yeni Safak quoted police as saying that eight terrorists were involved in the operation. Three of them were killed, one was detained and four others remain at large.
According to the Yeni Safak report, well-known Chechen Islamic State commander Akhmed Chatayev organized the deadly attack.
Turkish officials did not immediately confirm Chatayev’s involvement but a Turkish police source with direct knowledge of the investigation told NBC News that Chatayev is believed to be the planner of the attack….
Western governments and media are now scrambling to explain why they dismissed Russian warnings about Chatayev and protected him for many years despite a long history of terrorism-related offenses.
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