... WhoWhatWhy has seen heavy traffic coming from Google searches that point to a story we ran almost two years ago. Why the sudden interest? It took us only a moment to discover the connection: We had written about the odd phenomenon of terrorists repeatedly leaving ID papers behind at the scene. And now, with the Berlin truck attack, we see yet another such example.
We also see that, in a pattern we have previously reported on with other terror incidents, the suspect was already known to authorities - had even been in custody, but was released.
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Since the perps often are killed before they can be interrogated, these IDs which have been "left behind" become the chief evidence against them. Doesn't this seem a bit too convenient?
By the way, although some of the 9/11 attackers were identified by the passports they brought onto the planes, no one bothered to forensically ID the planes themselves. Isn't THAT strange?