I said this on my radio show a couple of nights ago, the Berlin Christmas market Terrace wanted asylum in and he couldn’t get it, then he destroyed his paper sorry you couldn’t get deported so the only thing left was to kill him and that’s what happen on Friday morning in Italy.
I guess it was one of their largest manhunts said that ever had but they got their man right before Christmas.
From Associated Press:
The Tunisian man suspected of attacking a Christmas market in Berlin was killed early Friday in a shootout with police in Milan during a routine patrol, ending a Europe-wide manhunt.
“The person killed, without a shadow of a doubt, is Anis Amri, the suspect of the Berlin terrorist attack,” Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti said. Amri, who was the subject of a Europe-wide manhunt, was identified with the help of fingerprints supplied by Germany.
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for Monday’s attack outside Berlin’s Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in which a truck plowed into a crowd of shoppers, killing 12 people and injuring 56 others.
Amri, 24, who had spent time in prison in Italy, was stopped by two officers during the routine police check in the Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood of Milan early Friday. He pulled a gun from his backpack after being asked to show his identification and was killed in an ensuing shootout.
My only worry, and is a strong one, is other copycats do not see this guy as a martyr. The article went on to give details about the law enforcement officers involved:
One of the officers, Christian Movio, 35, was shot in the right shoulder and underwent surgery for a superficial wound and was in good condition. Movio’s 29-year-old partner, Luca Scata, fatally shot Amri in the chest.
Amri’s death doesn’t reduce the terrorist threat to Germany, the country’s top security official said.
He praised the two Milan police officers “who did excellent work and acted with great bravery.”
“I’m very relieved that this attacker poses no risk anymore,” he said.
Amri passed through France before arriving by train at Milan’s central station around 1 a.m. Friday, Milan police chief Antonio de Iesu said. He declined to provide further information, citing the ongoing investigation.
Germany’s chief federal prosecutor, Peter Frank, said his office is in contact with Italian authorities to establish what route Amri took.
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I am glad he was caught. Things will never be the same hopefully things can be a lot safer. That part of World needs a lot of prayer and security as these attacks are becoming more frequent.
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