“We do not have concrete knowledge of him being a traveller to conflict zones.” So he is just a believer in a belief system that all Western authorities insist has nothing to do with attacks like this one, although the attackers themselves continually point to it as their motivation.
“Pictured: Danish lone wolf ‘jihadi’ who was gunned down by police after terror shootings which killed film director and Jewish security guard – weeks after he was released from prison over knife attack,” by Sophie Jane Evans, Laurie Hanna, Flora Drury, Jennifer Smith and Mark Duell, MailOnline, February 15, 2015:
This is the first picture of the terror suspect believed to have killed a film director and Jewish security guard in two attacks in Copenhagen.
Danish-born Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, 22, was killed after opening fire on officers who had closed down the area surrounding Norrebro metro station at about 5am today.
The man – whom police said is known to them due to past violence, gang-related activities and and possession of weapons – is thought to have killed two people in separate attacks at a free speech event and a synagogue.
Film director Finn Noergaard, 55, was killed yesterday at a cafe. Hours later, 37-year-old security employee Dan Uzan was shot in the head as he stood outside a building belonging to the city’s Great Synagogue.
Also, it was revealed tonight that El Hussein was released from prison two weeks ago after serving part of a jail sentence for a knife attack on a teenage train passenger in 2013.
This afternoon two people were led out of an internet cafe in handcuffs as part of the probe.
Earlier, at 5am police closed in on Norrebro station as the suspect emerged with a weapon from an address police were watching.
The man was killed in the street after opening fire on those who had cornered him, his body seen lying on the pavement as forensic teams swooped the scene at dawn.
Asked if the suspect was linked to any known terrorist groups, a police spokesman said: ‘We do not have concrete knowledge of him being a traveller to conflict zones.’…