Brussels bomber's suicide note found

Brussels bomber’s suicide note found


Just moments before Brussels airport bomber Ibrahim El Bakraoui detonated a deadly explosive package, he dumped a major clue into a nearby bin.

Belgium’s federal prosecutor Frederic Van Leeuw says Ibrahim, who blew himself up at Zaventem Airport on Tuesday, left a will on a computer that offered some insight into the motive behind his despairing decision to take part in the attacks that killed at least 31 people and left more than 200 injured.

“Always on the run, not knowing what to do anymore, being looked for everywhere, not being safe any longer and that if he waits around any longer he risks ending up next to the person in a cell,” the prosecutor quoted Ibrahim’s will as saying, according to Belgian media.


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