Berlin Terror Suspect Killed in Shootout With Police in ItalyChris Menahan
Dec. 23, 2016
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The refugee terrorist police suspect was behind the Berlin Christmas market truck attack has been killed.
The suspect in the Berlin Christmas market truck attack was killed in a pre-dawn shoot-out with police in a suburb of the northern Italian city of Milan on Friday, Italy's interior minister said.
When he was asked for his identification papers, Amri pulled a gun and shot one of the two policemen, lightly wounding him in the shoulder. He in turn was then shot dead by the police.
A rail ticket found on Amri's body indicated he had traveled by high speed train from France to the northern Italian city of Turin, the source said. Amri then caught a regional train to the Milan suburbs.Amir appears to have lied about his age and claimed to be a minor to get access to Italy, then proceeded to set fire to a school.
Amri entered Italy in February 2011 without any ID and claimed to be a 17-year-old minor, a spokesman for the Italian state police, Mario Viola, told CNN earlier this week.This shows clearly Merkel is doing absolutely nothing to protect the German people from terrorists.
It's open season where any terrorist who wants to can move in, get on welfare, then plan terror attacks against Germans on Germans' dime.
Merkel even encouraged these migrants to become truck drivers.
Rather than encouraging these migrants to become truck drivers, Germans should be loading these migrants up on trucks and shipping them back to their homelands.
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