Dinko Valev, 29 years old, purchased an armed helicopter after "being given immunity by Bulgarian government" to hunt jihadis.
Notably, his private army of vigilantes already has two armored personnel carriers (APCs) to hunt migrants in Bulgaria.
He also has a $50,000 bounty on his head, put there by ISIS.
From The Daily Mali:
A migrant hunter who has had a bounty put on his head by ISIS has now bought himself a helicopter gunship to help patrol on the look-out for 'potential jihadis'.
Dinko Valev, 29, made a name for himself last year after posting internet videos of himself chasing down immigrants who fled into Bulgaria from neighbouring Turkey and war-torn Syria.
The former semi-professional wrestler was shown chasing terrified migrants through woodlands along with other armed vigilantes.
The films showed women and children forced to cower on the forest floor while the men were made to lie on their stomachs with their hands tied behind their backs.
But he became a hero to some Bulgarians and the government in Sofia has reportedly given him their support and helped him acquire two military amphibious troop carriers.
Now he has got his hands on a military helicopter, believed to have formerly belonged to either the Bulgarian or Russian air force.
Bulgaria's populist President, Rumen Radev, is a former Major General in the Bulgarian air force.
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