Another ex-hostage, Didier François, said he was “furious’ at the revelations by Mr Hénin. “It’s irresponsible,” Mr François said. “It’s dangerous to put out this information. It poses a real problem for the investigation in progress, for witnesses and for the hostages who remain there.”
Or by watching this psyop video.brianv wrote: (from the Charlie Hebdo thread : viewtopic.php?p=2393319#p2393319 )
The 7.62 (first one above) is the round used in the Kalashnikov. It travels at 3000 fps and causes a shock wave of up to 30 times it's own diameter as it passes through the human body. At point blank range it would have blown his head completely off. And he had been hit previously and there's not a drop of blood? What's not to understand? I'd also point out the manner in which the shooter uses his weapon, it shows that he has no firearms training or learned to shoot by watching rap videos.
brianv wrote:Thanks Simon. I didn't make the connection.
Seneca, I think YOU are best placed to unravel any local mysteries. Belgium doesn't get a lot of er...international attention.
brianv wrote:What? Is he driving a taxi now? Who is his fare, the fat-fuck, in the back seat?
Police are probably transporting Mehdi Nemmouche , suspect in the shooting at the Jewish museum in Brussels, before the Grand Jury (Chambre des mises en accusation - Kamer van inbeschuldigingstelling) in Brussels, on September 12, 2014. On May 24th 2014, four people were killed during a shooting at the museum. Two of them were Israeli tourists and the others worked and volunteered at the museum. AFP PHOTO/ NICOLAS MAETERLINCK (Photo credit should read NICOLAS MAETERLINCK/AFP/Getty Images)
This photo is still the only proof we have that he is in Belgium
brianv wrote:You speak as if this is a real human being - and it looks nothing like the images previously presented, á la Breivik.
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