A convicted rapist and child molester injured two police officers during a violent scuffle as they tried to deport him back to Africa.
Koffi Ameyapoh shouted to police that he’d rather die than go back to Africa. “I am not going back to Togo!” Ameyapoh said (via NBC News). “You will be shipping a dead body back to Togo!”
Ameyapoh, 51, reportedly promised that he would cause a commotion at the airport to prevent his deportation. “I am going to make a commotion at the terminal, so the marshals can shoot me because I would rather die than go back to Togo,” he warned.
And that’s exactly what happened. Ameyapoh fought and injured two police officers at Dulles International Airport last month, when he was being escorted through the airport en route to being deported back to his native Togo.
Wearing full restraints, Ameyapoh ran away from the cops and then got into a violent struggle as they tried to physically contain him.
Ameyapoh was convicted in 2006 of rape and sexually abusing a child. The Maryland sex offender will now be charged with the additional federal crime of “hampering departure from the United States.”
Sadly, Koffi Ameyapoh’s illegal and violent actions have now delayed his deportation — which is exactly what he wanted. He is being detained in Maryland until the new charges against him can be processed.
This kind of sickening display shows just what kind of obstacles law enforcement confronts on a daily basis. While Black Lives Matter thugs and alt-left Antifa radicals blithely trash the police, they have no idea the kind of life-threatening situations cops face on a daily basis.
The cops are the thin blue line between law-abiding citizens and anarchy. If you get attacked or someone steals your car, are you going to call Antifa for help?
— St. Louis, MO Police (@SLMPD) September 15, 2017
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