The search for suspects in the terror attacks that struck Paris on Friday is now focusing on Belgium, where two of the seven terrorists reportedly lived…
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 14, 2015
…in a neighborhood that Belgian authorities admit they do not fully control:
Belgian Minister Says Government Lacks Control Over Neighborhood Linked to Terror Plots https://t.co/AyVwDpAegS
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) November 15, 2015
Wonderful. From the NY Times:
Right now, there’s an manhunt underway for Belgian-born Salah Abdeslam who is reportedly the brother of one of the dead terrorists and is thought to have rented a car used in the attacks:
Salah Abdeslam is one of three brothers who killed 87 people,
He is currently on the run. Don't let him get away. pic.twitter.com/JJL7aortRI
— Jordan (@Jordan_Coombe) November 15, 2015
More bad news. CNN and the AP are reporting that French authorities actually questioned Abdeslam after the attacks on Friday, but released him:
CNN now reporting that French police questions Salah Abdeslam who was driving towards Belgium border and released him….
— Vinny Poon (@PoonVinny) November 15, 2015
Meanwhile AP are reporting that French police questioned and then released Salah Abdeslam in the hours after the Paris attacks
— Daniel Sandford (@BBCDanielS) November 15, 2015
— Sarah Walters (@SWaltersTV) November 15, 2015
it's emerged police hunting for #ParisAttacks suspect Salah Abdeslam found him at the border but let him go after i.d checks
— Paul Smith (@Journo_Paul) November 15, 2015
Sheesh. Even’s Europe’s restricted borders are way too open.
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