Stupid Jihadi Bitch Samantha Lewthwaite Killed Again

This time in Ukraine?

The ‘White Widow’, a British female terrorist suspect who allegedly fought alongside ISIS terrorists in Syria and was sought internationally has reportedly been shot dead in Ukraine. The news was reported by Russia’s Regnum news agency.

Samantha Lewthwaite, 30, was allegedly gunned down two weeks ago. However, no independent confirmation was available.

A source at the UK's foreign office told ITV News that “we are aware of reports that Samantha Lewthwaite has been killed in Ukraine”.

Lewthwaite recently fought alongside one of Kiev’s most infamous squads – the Aidar battalion, which was condemned by Amnesty International for its unmatched cruelty in eastern Ukraine.

It was said to be “involved in widespread abuses, including abductions, unlawful detention, ill-treatment, theft, extortion, and possible executions.”

She was reportedly a sniper for the group. Her killer was also a sniper - allegedly one who travelled from Russia as a volunteer to fight near Lugansk. Regnum is reporting that the Ukrainians have put out a million-dollar bounty out on him.

If a Russian sniper killed her, that's cool.

Its possible that that through her connections in Syria she might have went to Chechnya or another Balkan republic. But bear in mind that Russia has an interest in misreporting her location due to to the conflict in Ukraine.

So here at Jawa we're going with, Everyone has claimed to have killed Samantha, so pics or video or it didn't happen.

But just for trying to kill her I'll run this.


Posted by: Howie at 08:42 AM

Comments

1 Interesting. Seems everyone was trying to kill her.
Hope the sniper totally sent her to service satan in hell.

Posted by: Kafiroon at November 13, 2014 10:55 AM

2 Samantha Lewthwaite is survived by her fiancé Ahmad Bilal.

Posted by: Talking Head at November 13, 2014 11:40 AM

3 She just can't stay dead, can she.

Posted by: Bubbe at November 13, 2014 01:15 PM






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