Friday, December 23, 2016

Berlin terrorist shot dead by rookie Italian cop

While German police--who first arrested the wrong man for Berlin Christmas market bombing--believed that the assailint, Tunisian refugee Anis Amri, was still in or near the German capital, the killer crossed into France and then Italy.

Open borders have their downside.

In Milan, while shouting "Allahu akbar," the murderer was shot to death by a rookie cop. Another officer was wounded, it appears he'll make a full recovery.

However, Germany's prime minister, Angela Merkel, has blood on her hands.

The Islamic State has taken responsibilty for the twelve murders in Berlin and the terror group confirmed that Amri was one of its killers.

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