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 Post subject: Man points gun at leader of Bulgaria's Turkish party.
 Post Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:13 am 
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Опряха пистолет в челото на Доган / A gun at the head of Dogan


Seems like he didn't want to shoot him or froze, maybe he had something he wanted to say and didn't know how to react when the man fought back. Also all the security made in painfully obvious that none of them know any Jiujitsu or how even basics on how to apprehend someone and make them immobile.

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 Post Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2013 11:17 am 
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SOFIA (Reuters) - A man jumped on stage and pointed a gun at the leader of Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish party before security guards wrestled him to the ground during a televised conference on Saturday.

Ahmed Dogan, the long-time leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) escaped unscathed, and it was not immediately clear why the attacker had targeted him at the party congress in downtown Sofia.

Television footage showed the man jumping out of the audience and interrupting a speech by 58-year-old Dogan, who has led the party for almost a quarter of a century. Security guards were seen beating and kicking the attacker.

"Ahmed Dogan is in good health. Everything is under control," MRF official Ceyhan Ibryamov told journalists.

Police said they had arrested a 25-year-old man from the Black Sea town of Burgas who was also carrying two knives.

The liberal MRF party represents ethnic Turks and other Muslims who make up about 12 percent of Bulgaria's 7.3 million-strong population.

Dogan is seen as one of Balkan country's most influential political figures. The MRF was a junior partner in the previous Socialist-led cabinet.

In 1996, former Prime Minister Andrei Lukanov was found shot dead near his home in Sofia, though attacks on politicians are rar

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 Post subject: Re: Man points gun at leader of Bulgaria's Turkish party.
 Post Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:00 am 
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The attacker used a gas pistol. It's like a high powered bbgun. Maybe up close it can do some damage, still a kooky choice of arms.

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Courtesy: Bulgarian television channel BTV
A man boarded the stage and pointed a gas pistol at the head of a leading Bulgarian politician in front of a stunned party conference. Angry parliamentarians then pounced on the would-be assassin, beating him to a bloody pulp - FULL STORY & PHOTOS http://on.rt.com/9unh4p

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 Post subject: Re: Man points gun at leader of Bulgaria's Turkish party.
 Post Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:36 am 
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He would have been more effective just punching him or choking him out snapping his neck kicking him in the face etc.
Had the guy known martial arts he could have gotten away with it too because those security people did not know what the fuck they were doing. They also did not beat him to a bloody pulp they hit him while he was down but not effectively.

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Amateurs. All of them.

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