Post by David Van Rotterdam on Mar 2, 2016 16:53:27 GMT
Peace Palace; The Hague
The sentence was spoken clearly by the head judge, and after a voting round between all judges, the sentence was permanent. The room was being cleared, since Omar was once locked up before the court actually was done with this case.
Agreed was that Omar will be remained locked in the Palace, while the leaders and other involving parties agreed on where the terrorist leader should be locked away permanently.
Leaders and journalists slowly left the room. Several interviews were given and others used the opportunity to catch up with each other interests. Also some conversations took place. But 1 by 1 the leaders left The Hague, and heading back to their respective countries.
Mr Viktor Miroslavovich Burov was brought back with extra security, since Mr Dmitry Molchanov clearly was not happy with this man. The security forces thought this was needed, since the Russian leader dead stared the supposing Ukrainian (sub-)leader. Once Burov was safely taken back to Schiphol and he took off, the Russians were allowed to leave The Hague.
The security overall remains until Omar Al-Ghazi has a final destination. The Hague will still be locked down. Schiphol remains under supervision of the forces and security rules, but is available for civilians once more. It will be locked down once more, if Omar Al Ghazi would be transported to his new vacation home.
(OOC: my suggestion: let him escape in his future prison or when he is transported to this facility)
Post by David Van Rotterdam on Mar 5, 2016 11:29:19 GMT
2 February 2047;
Peace Palace The Hague
Lieutenant-General Van Heemskerck puts back his phone, while the paperwork came out of the printer on his desk. He grabs the paperwork and calls in a small meeting in the briefing room.
“Gentlemen, we have word about the destination about ‘Package-0” The Dutch Commander stated. There will be a Russian Plane landing at Schiphol Airport on the ‘Polderbaan’-strip in about.. 7 hours from now. Mr Al Ghazi will be locked up somewhere in Russia. So lock down the highway once more, and setup a ‘window’ in Schiphol’s schedule. We will end this today, and we will do it perfectly. Understand?” and the staff steps up and does their thing.
For the last time for this event, all security levels raised to the maximum level once more. Colonel Stuyvesant was contacted about Schiphol and the Russian aircraft that would collect Package-0. Time passes by when the highway was locked again and all forces remained stand-by.
5 hours later
Several soldiers walked to the basement prison cells of the Peace Palace with armed guns and black facemasks. They opened the prison door of Omar Al Ghazi. “Mr Al Ghazi, this will be your last opportunity to eat or drink something. Perhaps take your medications. We will leave this building in about a small hour…” one of the soldiers stated
1 hour later
A caravan of armoured trucks parked in front of the Peace Palace. The group of soldiers collected Omar Al Ghazi and with handcuffs and even chains around his foots, they escorted the world’s most dangerous Warlord outside the Peace Palace. Only a few journalists were allowed to make some pictures and video footage of this from a small distance. Omar wasn’t happy with this. It seems that he regret that he lost his patience in the trial, fighting the English prosecutor, but then again, the journalists could be wrong about this regarding Omar’s heavily damaged face.
The group of soldiers escorted Package-0 to one of the armoured trucks and locked Omar Al Ghazi inside it. Sealing the doors without a word to the Warlord, the soldiers took place in different vehicles. The few armoured trucks that are exactly the same as the one which contained Omar merely were a decoy. The army trucks who escorted these trucks were locked and loaded. Helicopters flew over them, once they start driving and leaving the Peace Palace behind them.
45 minutes later
While the convoy needed about 10-15 minutes more to arrive at Schiphol, the Dutch Fighter Jets escorted the Russian aircraft who was assigned to take over Package-0. The Russians landed successfully at Schiphol Airport and Colonel Stuyvesant welcomed them. Drinking some coffee until the trucks arrive and just chatting some random aspects in broken English to each other about the trial, they killed the time while waiting.
When the trucks arrived, they parked near the cargo bay of the Russian aircraft. Breaking the seal, and opening the doors, they silently unchained the part between Omar’s personal chains and the truck itself. The Dutch soldiers took the Warlord out of the truck and hand them over to the Russian guards who were responsible to lock him up somewhere in the airplane. After the papers were signed the plane locked its doors and headed for the runway, taking off.
Being escorted by Dutch Fighter Jets, the Russian Aircraft flew back to the Federation. The Fighter Jets maintain to escort the Russians till somewhere around the Poland/Scandinavian borders with the CSTO/Russian borders. The Russian Aircraft maintain course to their destination according to the plan from the Leaders Agreement and/or the orders by the Kremlin itself.
(For the UN/The Netherlands) The next few days all security reasons were being brought to an end. Every extra road block, army equipment and other security protocols were being cleaned up and put pack in the warehouses. The normal life once more came back to those areas.