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March 20, 2019



DAILYKENN.com --Reports say driver Ousseynou Sy crashed a bus filled with children and intended to massacre them by setting it on fire. The intent was to protest migrant invaders who die at sea.


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The suspect is identified as Senegalese. The crime occurred near Milan, Italy and was reported March 20, 2019.

One of the children said the driver threatened to douse them with gasoline. The bus was engulfed in flames, but all the children escaped without serious harm. 

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The Senegalese bus driver set fire to the crowded bus near Milan on Wednesday to protest against migrants drowned in the Mediterranean, which he believes is due to Italy's stricter rules and refusal to accept the non-governmental ship.

Police were quickly in place and were able to evacuate everyone and then arrest 47-year-old Ousseynou Sy, sentenced with Italian citizenship. According to a spokesperson for the police, she is supposed to have chanted "Stop the deaths on the sea, I will carry out a massacre".

According to one of the children, he should also have threatened to pour gasoline over them and fire. Some of the children were taken to hospital as a precautionary measure when they had bruises and were in shock. However, no one should have been seriously injured.


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