Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Belgium Terror Suspect: Terror Group Had No Trouble Crossing EU Borders

Belgian Prosecutors Say 'Man in the Hat' is Mohamed Abrini. NBC

Politico: ‘Man in the hat’ claims terror cells in Paris and Brussels part of a larger network

Mohamed Abrini claims terror group moved across borders with ease.

The terror cells that carried out the attacks in Paris in November and in Brussels in March were part of a larger network and Salah Abdeslam, the last surviving suspect from the Paris attacks, played a bigger role than was previously thought, terror suspect Mohamed Abrini told Belgian police.

Abrini, who was identified as the “man in the hat,” one of the three terror suspects caught on camera in the Zaventem airport in Brussels, said Abdeslam took care of logistics, according to VTM Nieuws, which obtained details of Abrini’s interrogation.

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WNU editor: This is very revealing ....

.... Abrini said the terror cell moved freely through Europe. “You know, an international arrest warrant, to be sought [by the police], that doesn’t change anything,” he claimed. “I passed every day in front of soldiers, policemen. Not with a covered face, but with a cap.”

He added: “Security at the borders can never protect anyone. It’s just the politicians who want to delude people that they protect them, but there is usually no security. It has never been real.”

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