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Thursday, December 22, 2016

Berlin Attack - Prime Was Subject Of Previous Terror Probe

The prime suspect sought in the deadly attack on a Berlin Christmas market — a 24-year-old Tunisian migrant — was the subject of a terrorism probe in Germany earlier this year and was not deported even though his asylum bid was rejected, a senior German official said Wednesday.

The suspect — who went by numerous aliases but was identified by German authorities as Anis Amri — became the subject of a national manhunt after investigators discovered a wallet with his identity documents in the truck used in Monday’s attack that left 12 dead, two law enforcement officials told The Washington Post. 

Meanwhile, a clearer portrait took shape of the suspect, including accusations that he had contact with a prominent Islamic State recruiter in Germany.

German authorities issued a 100,000 euro ($105,000) reward for information leading to his capture, warning citizens not to approach the 5-foot-8, 165-pound Amri, whom they described as “violent and armed.”

His record, however, further deepened the political fallout from Monday’s bloodshed — pointing to flaws in the German deportation system and putting a harsh light on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s humanitarian bid to open the nation’s doors to nearly 1 million asylum seekers last year.

Although the vast majority of those who flooded into Europe were on the move to escape war and unrest, dozens of terrorism suspects have slipped into Germany and neighboring nations posing as migrants. Amri, officials said, was not part of the surge of migrants who entered Europe via the onetime main route from Turkey and Greece — a path that has been now largely cut off.

Rather, he came to Germany last year via Italy, where he apparently had entered as early as 2012. He applied for German asylum but was rejected in June and later faced deportation.

Amri was the subject of a terrorism probe on suspicion of “preparing a serious act of violent subversion,” and he had known links to Islamist extremists, authorities said.

Why a failed asylum seeker with such links and no passport was walking German streets is “the question 82 million Germans probably want an answer to,” said Rainer Wendt, Chairman of the German Police Union.
From Washington post.

*BOOM!!..A forgotten wallet has given him away.
*I pray somebody gets tempted by that offer of money and betrays him to the Police.


  1. The forgotten wallet may be a decoy. Someone may have planted it there and Amir has been asked to take the blame all in a bid to keep the main brains behind the incident covered

  2. Oh God I knew something like this would happen..
    Can't these people even take a hand of friendship and help??
    A country took you and your families in and you do this??
    This just messes things up for the genuine ones that fled home looking for peace and tranquility..

    See a young boy like this???
    I'm tired abeg!

  3. Mrs. Merkel is too weak jare. That is why I love Trump who won US.

    Chai come next year January 20, dem go hear am.

    Stupid fanatics everywhere

  4. Look at the idiot....he's an immigrant seeking asylum in Germany. He wants to live in Germany so that he can kill Germans.

  5. @monkey face, you may be right you know.

  6. @monkey face, you may be right you know.

  7. Visited German Market in Birmingham and the security is so tight.Birmingham German Market has got more barriers after Berlin terror attack.


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