Anis Amri, Terrorist from German Truck Attack Shot Dead in Milan
Anis Amri, the suspect wanted in connection with the German Truck attack on a Berlin Christmas Market, was shot dead in Milan, Italy early this morning after a shootout with Police. The incident was a “chance encounter” by the police officers. One officer was wounded, but the injuries were non-life-threatening.
— MAGA Nancy ن (@LVNancy) December 23, 2016
Amri is said to have entered Italy via Paris this last time around.
Italy’s Interior Interior Minister Marco Minniti described how cops noticed a “man who walked suspiciously” at around 3 a.m. in Milan’s Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood.
“When he was stopped, the man shot the policemen with a gun. The police shot back,” Minniti told reporters at a press conference in Rome. One officer was wounded in the firefight.
The suspect, who police identified as Tunisian national Anis Amri, was “killed on the spot,” said Minniti. The man killed was “without a shadow of doubt” the Berlin Christmas market attacker, he added.
About 8 hours after the Christmas Market attack, Amri was spotted leaving his mosque.
Anis Amri was captured on Video leaving his MOSQUE (Jihad Training Center) 8hrs after the Christmas market massacre. pic.twitter.com/uqdSFmv5zv
— Amy Mek (@AmyMek) December 23, 2016
Police recovered at gun at the scene of the shootout, possibly the weapon that killed the driver of the Polish truck.
Let’s see. He was from Tunisia, went to Italy where he spent 4 years in their prison for arson, then to Germany, committed a terror attack, went to Paris, then was shot dead in Italy. There is something inherently wrong with the European issue of open borders.
So Anis Amri enters EU as asylum seeker, commits terror in Germany and travels to Italy.
And closing our borders is a bad idea @MinPres ??
— Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) December 23, 2016
How did Berlin terrorist Anis Amri make it from Berlin to Milan in just a few days while being under a worldwide manhunt? = OPEN BORDERS.
— Jeremy Nolt (@RealJeremyNolt) December 23, 2016
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) December 23, 2016
Two Italian police officers are being praised for taking down the terrorist. Authorities released the identities of the two officers, a dangerous move for the officers in terrorist-riddled Europe.
Authorities are concerned that there might be a terror cell in Milan. The neighborhood in which Amri was shot is reportedly a “nest” where members of other terror groups lived during the 70’s-80’s.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the German truck attack and this is why: the suspect pledged allegiance to ISIS in an Amaq video:
WATCH: Anis Amri Pledged Allegiance To ISIS In New Video https://t.co/mgjZiIagG1
— Xoobug (@xoobug) December 23, 2016