Friday, December 23, 2016

Terrorist wanted in the Berlin attack shot dead in Milan!

via Yahoo
Anis Amri, a suspect in the terror attack on a Berlin Christmas market that killed 12 and injured 48, including two Americans, has been killed in a shootout with police in Milan, the Italian Interior Ministry said on Friday.
Italian Interior Minister Marco Minniti confirmed at a Friday morning press conference that the person shot dead by Italian Police is “beyond any shadow of a doubt,” Anis Amri.
Minniti said that police stopped Amri near a train station in the Sesto san Giovani area of Milan in a routine check. Amri shot at and wounded at least one of the officers when he was asked for his documents. Police returned fire, killing him, Minniti said.
Good.  Tango down.  How many more to go?

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