Dr. James P. Wickstrom
Police in Greece Discovered 5,000 Arms & A Half Million Rounds Of Ammunition In Humanitarian Aid For European "Immigrants"
September 14, 2015
The police investigators are trying to identify the sender of containers with rifles and ammo for migrants in EU.
Photo: YouTube screenshot
(Newswire.net -- September 14, 2015) -- Greek media reported as ‘Breaking News’ the discovery of a weaponry shipment in containers among furniture, at a Greek port.
Reportedly, the police found at least two containers with stashed rifles and ammunition, among twelve containers with furniture.
So far, the Greek custom police found 5,000 rifles and at least half a million bullets in 2 containers allegedly labeled as the “humanitarian aid” intended to the migrants from Syria who arrived in Greek migrant’s camp. Media speculate if there are other similar “humanitarian” aid shipments for other camps in Europe.
The police investigators are trying to identify the sender.
In a video released by the Creete TV station Cretapost, boxes with ammo are clearly labeled with U.S. ammo production company Yavex. On their website Yavex detailed the online purchasing propositions with the warning that Federal law requires that buyer must be at least 18 years old to purchase shotgun ammunition and 21 years or older to purchase handgun and rifle ammunition.