Australia: Brother of an ISIS TERRORIST is allowed to join the police after dodging background checks in an astonishing security breach

Brother of an ISIS TERRORIST is allowed to join the police after dodging background checks in an astonishing security breach:

  • Brother of ISIS terrorist was allegedly accepted into Queensland Police Force
  • Recruit had allegedly completed two weeks of training in police academy
  • The man made it through a ‘rigorous vetting process’ and background check

The brother of a man who fled Australia to become in ISIS terrorist three years ago was allegedly accepted into the Queensland Police Force.

The recruit, who has not been named, was allegedly enrolled in police training and had made it through a ‘rigorous vetting process’ before the connection was discovered by the police force, according to News Corp.

The man had completed two weeks of training but resigned when confronted by authorities.

H/t reader kevin a.

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1 thought on “Australia: Brother of an ISIS TERRORIST is allowed to join the police after dodging background checks in an astonishing security breach

  1. Terrorism is at its cruelest when it is aimed at efforts to help victims of fighting and violence. The UN should act quickly to quell terrorism in Australia by providing the basic outline for a constitution that will facilitate lasting peace and development. This should incorporate the universal values of freedom, democracy, human rights and rule of law, and include elements such as the four branches and mechanisms such as frequent elections and term limits. The document should allow Australia to prosper under conditions that foster lasting peace. For more, see the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development.

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