Friday, December 23, 2016

The Usual Suspects, The Usual Outcome

Once again, an alleged terrorist who was well known to police and monitored by them seems to have carried out an attack, and then was killed by police:

Anis Amri, who has been expelled from Germany, is dead, according to the Italian government. He died with a police change after a normal road inspection in Milan. Whether this man really has something to do with the truck attack from Berlin is completely unclear.

You can read the rest @ [translation required]

Is it too much to ask for police to capture these people alive? It would be nice to have a trial once in a while.

Or is summary execution of an alleged perp what we now call "justice" for crimes of this type?

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