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Anis Amri Dead! Muslim Terrorist Who Murdered 12 And Injured Dozens In Berlin Market Massacre Killed By Policeman In Italy

Terrorist Visited Mosque After Attack
December 23, 2016

Suspect in Berlin market massacre killed in shootout

Anis Amri, believed to be responsible for deadly attack on a Berlin Christmas market, reportedly killed during shootout in Italy.

David Rosenberg, כ"ג בכסלו תשע"ז, 12/23/2016

Authorities in Milan, Italy say a man matching the description of the key suspect in this pastMonday's attack on a Berlin Christmas market was shot and killed during a shootout Friday morning.

According to the Italian Ansa news outlet, the man was shot after he drew a gun during a security check outside of the Sesto San Giovanni train station.

Anis Amri, a 24-year old Tunisian whose ID was found inside the truck used to run down shoppers in Monday's attack, has been the main suspect since Tuesday, after a Pakistani migrant was initially detained following the massacre, but later released for lack of evidence.

Italian police contacted German security officials after the incident and efforts are being made to positively identify the man killed as Amri.

The attack left 12 dead and 48 wounded. One Israeli, Dalia Elyakim, was killed in the attack. Her Husband, Rami, was wounded is listed in serious condition.

Earlier on Friday, German police revealed that Amri had visited a Berlin mosque just hours after the deadly attack, adding that they believe he is still located in the German capital.

A man reportedly matching the Amri's description was also spotted in Denmark, Danish police said on Friday.


Berlin truck terrorist visited mosque after murderous attack

Security camera video reveals Muslim terrorist who murdered 12, wounded dozens more showed up at local mosque after attack.

David Rosenberg, כ"ג בכסלו תשע"ז, 12/23/2016

Police say that Anis Amri, the prime suspect in Monday's deadly terror attack in Berlin, visited a local mosque shortly after the murderous attack that killed 12 and left 48 wounded.

On Friday it was revealed that Amri, a 24-year old Tunisian migrant living in Germany, was spotted on a closed circuit television system while entering a mosque in the Moabit neighborhood of Berlin.

Authorities have reported that Amri entered the mosque roughly eight hours after the attack on a Christmas market, in which a truck ran down shoppers preparing for the upcoming Christmas holiday.

The mosque in question was raided by police on Thursday in connection with the ongoing investigation into Monday's attack

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