The main suspects in Tuesday’s attacks on Brussels airport and a metro station, which left at least 31 people dead, were two brothers who were known to the police, it has emerged.
The involvement of suspects who were well known to the police is the first clue that the Brussels terror attack was a false flag.
I can now say from my own personal experience that if the police want to find a person, they will find that person even in chaotic Greece, and they will do it immediately. No mistakes or delays occur when the Larisa state prosecutor or police want to summon someone for harassment. By contrast, if the Larisa police don’t want to investigate someone, files will get mixed up, mistakes and errors will occur, any investigation will take forever and suspects will be left at large to commit more crimes.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Brussels attacks, according to Reuters.
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One of the brothers suspected to have carried out the Brussels attacks had a direct link to Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam, who was arrested four days ago.
The brothers were known to police who suspected they had links with the terrorist network involved in the Paris attacks, NBC said. In 2010, Ibrahim was sentenced to nine years in prison by the Brussels criminal court for shooting at police with a Kalashnikov during a robbery. In early 2011, Khalid El Bakraoui was arrested for possession of Kalashnikovs and had been sentenced to five years in prison for carjackings.
That alias links him directly with Salah Abdeslam, who is suspected of being involved in the Paris attacks on November 13 last year when gunmen and suicide bombers hit a concert hall, a sports stadium, restaurants and bars.
On September 9, 2015, Abdeslam was checked at the border between Hungary and Austria while driving a Mercedes. He was accompanied by two people using fake Belgian identity cards with the names of Samir Bouzid (Mohammed Belkaid, who was killed in a police raid in the Brussels neighborhood of Forest last week) and Soufiane Kayal, NBC said.