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Friday, March 23, 2018

In the UK, discussing a journalist with a sword, “scoring arrow” terrorists IG

The Explorer edition of the New York Observer attracted the attention of the public in the UK strange antics of just a few hours after the attack. Andre Walker has photographed the building of the lower house of the British Parliament with a sword in his hand, then went to popular with politicians and journalists the London bar and from there posted a photo to Twitter.

The signature was that Walker promises a reward of 50 thousand pounds to the terrorists of the Islamic state (group banned in Russia) for his head. “I’ll give you my address. No police, but I will have a sword. Good luck”, – wrote the journalist.

American journalist sparks fury after posing outside Parliament with a sword and ISIS offering £50k to fight him https://t.co/9kIZcgqNoU pic.twitter.com/mlkcVwkBXw

— Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) 4 Jun 2017

According to Daily Mail, many social networks angered by this prank, in light of the terrorist attack in London, which killed seven people and injured about 50. Journalist called tactless, and his action is untimely.

Explaining why he did it, Walker wrote: “Yes, they [the terrorists] are cowards, they blow up children and a crush of pedestrians. So I offered them a fair fight… with me.”

In another tweet Walker stated that he is not afraid to look stupid, like not afraid of terrorists IG.

I’m not worried about looking silly, nor am I worried about #ISIS… Come on lads, have a crack. https://t.co/JdxZnQvgkK

— Andre Walker (@andrejpwalker) 4 Jun 2017


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