Andrei Karlov (Андрей Карлов) – Russian ambassador to Turkey, has just been assassinated on live TV, apparently by a Turkish riot police officer (probably a secret Mossad agent). The alleged policeman shouted “Allahu Akbar” while firing approximately 8 rounds into Mr. Karlov.
Turkey got away with shooting down a Russian fighter jet. Russians recently liberated the city of Aleppo in Syria, which had been under siege by terrorists loyal to Turkey and Israel. The killer made it clear whom he works for when he shouted in Turkish after firing the rounds:
Don’t forget Aleppo. Don’t forget Syria. Unless our towns are secure, you won’t enjoy security. Only death can take me from here. Everyone who is involved in this suffering will pay a price.
According to Turkish media, the attacker has meanwhile been “neutralized” (meaning killed, but in reality, most likely extradited back to Tel Aviv where he’ll be given new identity and awards for job well done). He has no connection to Syria. Ask yourself – why would a Turkish native that’s never been Syria, scream about the situation in Allepo and kill a representative of the country that liberated the city?
Also, notice that the shooter was not disabled immediately after he killed the ambassador. Instead, they let him do his speech and only then did they “neutralize” him – obviously it was important for whoever orchestrated the assassination that message gets on the news.
Meanwhile, the shooter has been identified as Mert Altıntaş from Aydın in Söke, Turkey. He was born in 1994, and has been a policeman since 2014.
Here’s the video of the assassination, which took place while Andrei Karlov was giving speech at an art gallery exhibition:
Here’s also the video of overjoyed Syrians celebrating the liberation of Aleppo by the Russian and Syrian forces: