Anis Amri Collected Welfare From Several Identities to Fund Berlin Attack
Anis Amri, the Tunisian refugee allegedly responsible for the Berlin Christmas market attack, is now under investigation for fraud, after police discovered that he collected welfare under eight different aliases in various German cities, to fund terror activities.
Authorities discovered that Amri had searched the internet for a way to contact Daesh, and instructions on how to build bombs. He had been listed as a potential threat on several occasions, but counter-terrorism officers, on at least two occasions, labeled him “unlikely” to carry out a terror attack. – READ MORE