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Case Ref : 20170102, Yaqub, Yassar
The shooting of Yassar Yaqub occurred on the evening of 2 January 2017 near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. Yaqub was a passenger in a car stopped by police on a slip road near junction 24 of the M62 motorway and was fatally shot by a West Yorkshire Police firearms officer.
Mohammed Yaqub, Yaqub's father, paid for additional private postmortem and ballistics tests and insisted that his son was doing "nothing wrong" at the time of the shooting.
There was a recent case where a Mohammed Yassar Yaqub was shot and killed by the police, I don’t know if you are aware of this.
I found the story all a bit fishy.
It seems to me just from reading a few reports that this Mohammed Yassar Yaqub may have been protected by Police in the past. And then for some reason they decide to take him out.
Here is the story:
Also this is interesting:
This guy has been acquitted of murder before. He’s clearly known due to his flamboyant lifestyle.
An extract from telegraph:
Described as a "major drugs baron", he laundered the profits from his drugs empire through his sale of high-performance cars after running an illegal smuggling ring by using drones to send Class A drugs into HMP Armley in Leeds.
So does this mean he walks into for example the Lamborghini garage with £180000 cash and drives away with one like he's pictured with? No questions asked and then sells them on!? I find it hard to believe that car companies would take cash on expensive cars without doing some sort of check.
He sends drones of drugs in to MP Armley in Leeds!?
How has he managed to be able to do this? He must have been allowed to maybe?
Also why are there riot police called on Tuesday after more than 100 people blocked roads in Bradford, West Yorkshire, in protest against his death if he was a crack and heroin dealer? Surely they should be rejoicing not protesting.
It all doesn't add up to me.
I thought it may interest you anyway. It seemed down your street. If there is anything there.