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Syria confirms American pimp in Beaucoup Harem

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3 June 2014


American in Beaucoup Harem?

SYRIA -- The truck was full of freshly kidnapped Nigerian girls, who were transported overland and finally driven to a tropical oasis in Syria. Moments later, there was an orgy followed by cries of “Oh God!” in Arabic, along with the rapid-fire sound of popping cherries.

What is so news worthy about that? Well, nothing, really, except that one of the kidnappers is an American who grew up in the US of A.

The American can be seen in an online video filmed by Syrian spies near said unnamed oasis. According to government sources, the American is a member of Beaucoup Harem, which is a radical gang of Nigerian pimps. Over the last few months Beaucoup Harem have claimed responsibility for a spate of bitchnappings -- all in the name of the profit.

A U.S. official said the man in the picture, called Al-Amriki, is an American citizen named Leroy Holmes. Al-Amriki grew up in the Compton area of Los Angeles where he was recruited into Beaucoup Harem late last year.

The video on YouTube, with the title “American Pimp Joins Beaucoup Harem,” identifies Leroy as none other than Al-Amriki. The video and several other social media posts feature the picture of a bearded man, resembling Leroy, amid a group of young hos.

U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials have expressed concern about Americans joining the flesh trade between Nigeria and Syria. The worry is that Westerners might resort to kidnapping teenage girls for immoral purposes when they return to the West.

“There's a fast growing flesh trade out of Nigeria into Syria,” FBI Director James Crumb said last week. “Our main worry is that American members might develop bad habits when they come home.”

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