December 9, 2021

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Fake Death, Chaotic Plane, Internet Recruitment: An Incredible Plan Made by Immigrants to Enter Spain

Incredible story. It could be the subject of a movie script.

This Friday evening, A The flight connecting Casablanca (Morocco) to Istanbul (Turkey) was diverted. In fact, one person faked a diabetic coma and many then pressured the team to say he was going to die. As a result, the captain had no choice but to make an emergency landing at Palma Airport (Mallorca, Spain). A total of 24 people escaped using the landing. The airport was closed for about four hours.

While 12 of the escapees have been found by authorities, half of them are still wanted. After all, prisoners refuse to answer interrogators’ questions.

A group of 15,000 people

For good reason, until Monday, passengers on this flight were skeptical of a system. The suspicions were confirmed by Cardia Civil. The Spanish police discovered in a release that revealed a cleverly designed plan Facebook. According to Guardia, the post on the board is from July 1st Brooklyn; Not less than 15,000 members.

“Friends, listen, most of you want to settle down. Follow this plan: we need 40 volunteers, all in Brooklyn to book a flight to Turkey over Spain.” “One of you turns on the GPS. When he comes to Spain, he starts screaming and starts showing a disease. The hostess comes and asks for patience until Turkey, at that point, the others protest and promise that they will kill him.” “

All 12 people arrested by police refused to answer questions. They have been charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and, above all, treason.

The National Police says a similar plan was proposed in July as a tactic to immigrate to Spain on a Facebook group called Brooklyn.https://t.co/TxLWrMyRr9

– 324. Cat (324cat) November 8, 2021

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