Yet “the Brussels prosecutor issued a statement saying: ‘The rucksack contents … could at no time have been used to make a biological weapon. This has been verified by various tests in laboratories.’” Oh, well, in that case, maybe he was just packing a lunch.
“Brussels terror suspect who was shot by police at tram stop had rucksack containing animal testicles and faeces, prompting fears ISIS is planning crude biological attack on food supplies,” by Peter Allen, MailOnline, April 8, 2016:
Fears that ISIS is planning a primitive biological attack has intensified after rotting animal testicles were found in a terror suspects backpack.
Abderamane Ameroud, 38, was shot in the leg by police and then arrested as he lay beside a tramline in Brussels on March 25.
The dramatic incident took place in the district of Schaerbeek, where last month’s suicide bombings in the Belgian capital were prepared.
A bomb disposal robot was used to check Ameroud’s backpack, which was thought to contain explosives.
But federal prosecutors today confirmed that it contained a plastic bag full of vile material including the testicles and faeces.
Such material can be used to poison food supplies, or to create a deadly concoction aimed at spreading fatal diseases.
The Brussels prosecutor issued a statement saying: ‘The rucksack contents … could at no time have been used to make a biological weapon. This has been verified by various tests in laboratories.’
But the dangers of a terrorists creating a primitive biological arsenal have not been ruled out.
In February, 10 terrorist suspects were arrested in Morocco, and jars were seized containing dead rats, vomit, and shredded nails. It was tested on mice and they did not survive.
The known terrorists who struck in Brussels on March 22nd killing a total of 32 people at the city airport and a Metro station came from Belgium-Moroccan backgrounds….