Tigrai Online Jan. 11, 2013
Ethiopian police caught two suspects who murdered a 27 year old young Austrian tourist last week. The Austrian rafter was shot dead by unknown gunmen. The rest of the group who were with the dead man were not harmed. The incident happened on the banks of the Blue Nile River where the tourists were camping.
The city of BahrDar, the ancient churches in Lake Tana and the Blue Nile River are very popular with tourists and tourism is a great source of income for the region in particular and the whole country in general. Given the historical and financial importance of the area where the murder took place, it is not hard to assume the enemies of Ethiopia like Egypt, Shabiya, Ginbot 7 or any other terrorist are involved.
Spokesperson of the regional police commission in Ethiopia's northern Amhara State said. “We have caught two suspects who were found in possession of clothing, money and other items that belonged to the victims”.
According to Solomon Mohammed the police spokesperson, authorities are looking in to the killing to determine if the killers are tied to any political organization.
ESAT basement TV the mouth piece of the terrorist organization Ginbot 7 was tooting the killing as a big victory the whole week because Birhanu Nega and Ginbot 7’s main goal is to destabilize Ethiopia and plunge the country in to a worst bloodshed.
Exactly one year ago five European tourists including one Austrian were killed when Shabiya sponsored terrorists attacked tourists in Afar State Northern Ethiopia bordering Eritrea. The Eritrean one man regime is militarily, politically and diplomatically defeated by Ethiopia. Officially the war between Ethiopia and Eritrea is over but the Ethiopian government has the Eritrean regime under a death chokehold and it is gasping for its last breath.
If you are a terrorist and a messenger of death from Shabiya and Ginbot 7, you should know this by now, you will not get away with murder. You will be caught and brought to justice and you will face the full extent of the law of the land.