Three cheers for Italian police officers Luca Scatà and Cristian Movio! They stopped the killer of Breitscheidplatz, Berlin early this morning in Milan, Italy. When the officers
asked the suspect for his papers at a checkpoint, the beast pulled out a .22 handgun and began firing on the officers. Officer Movio was hit in the shoulder, but his wound is not life threatening. It wasn’t long before the terrorist was shot dead by one of the officers.
These two officers showed remarkable courage and skill. Everyone should be grateful that officers Movio and Scatà prevented this monstrous beast from killing again.
The citizens of the West must begin holding their leaders accountable for allowing jihadists to roam free among them and for inviting them into their countries in the first place. This particular terrorist could have been deported from Germany for a number of previous incidents. Why let a convicted alien arsonist loose into Germany society? Crazy right? But that’s what German authorities did. This guy had a rap sheet that made it clear he was a threat to German society, yet German authorities let him roam at will without deporting him. German leader Angela Merkel has recently opened the borders up and let something like 900,000 Muslim “refugees” into her country. The terrorist killed this morning in Italy was one of the “refugees” that came to Europe in 2011 during the so-called “Arab Spring.” Is suicide the official policy of Angela Merkel and Germany? Hopefully the European people will be wise enough to shut down this madness. The Germans should probably send Merkel into retirement next year when she is up for reelection. Of course, there needs to be a better alternative running against her.
Politicians like Angela Merkel and Barack Obama who do not control their borders are playing with fire. Often these politicians have bodyguards, make a nice living and then retire with their bodyguards and a nice pension. But the victims of their policies, at places like San Bernardino, Breitscheidplatz and Ohio State University do not have it so good.
Question: Once the man-hunt was on for the killer of Breitscheidplatz, how did he slip from Germany into France and then from France into Italy?