Invader Smuggling Gangs Engage in Shootout with Police
Legally resident nonwhite “immigrants” in Britain are “deeply involved in cross-Channel migrant smuggling,” a French prosecutor has revealed.
This fact emerged in the wake of this week’s dramatic shootout on the French-Belgian border in which a UK-registered vehicle full of Iraqi Kurds was stopped by police.
Amélie Le Sant, Dunkirk’s public prosecutor, told media that “all investigations [into invader smuggling gangs], including this one, lead to the UK.”
Le Sant is currently investigating 15 trafficking cases involving UK-registered vehicles.
The shootout, which took place on Thursday, started when police were called to a truck stop near the Channel Tunnel after a truck driver reported that he had been threatened with a knife after discovering 17 nonwhite invaders hidden in his cargo.
Upon arriving at the scene, the Belgian police vehicle was rammed by a British-registered Audi containing four Iraqi Kurds—all legal residents of the UK.
The nonwhite criminals then raced away, but were followed in a high-speed motorway pursuit in which an innocent motorcyclist was killed.
The Audi was hit with at least 15 bullets as it fled police at speeds of up to 125mph across the Belgian-French border. During the chase, in which the suspects weaved in and out of traffic, a string of other accidents were caused. One involved a motorcyclist who died after losing control of his bike and hitting a truck.
At one point during the pursuit with the Audi, it became so badly damaged that it was reduced to driving on its wheel rims.
Belgian police said they opened fire on the suspects’ car in a bid to force it to halt, but it is understood that two of the occupants suffered bullet wounds and had to be airlifted to a hospital in the nearby city of Lille.
“There is always someone in Britain, a UK national or otherwise, who receives either money or migrants or has links with transport companies to arrange for drivers to smuggle people through,” Le Sant said.
“The British nationals tend to come over every now and again to deliver cars bought in the UK—usually flashy Mercedes or BMWs—as well as money or to carry out a ‘guaranteed’ service in which they deliver migrants to a willing lorry driver paid to stow them away. Then they usually go back alone on the train.”
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