Jihadist co-conspirator in Brussels and Paris attacks walked free – sent to prison now for violating conditions

Belgian media report that Ibrahim Abrini has been returned to prison for violating the terms of his release. Abrini’s brother Mohamed was one of the perpetrators of both the 22 March 2016 islamic terror attack in Brussels, which left 32 victims dead and hundreds injured, and the Paris attacks on 13 November 2015 which killed 130. Ibrahim Abrini was involved in the terror group and was convicted for helping his brother to evade the police after the Paris attacks.

He was formally indicted in March 2016, but was not sent to prison. He went to prison for the first time in June 2016 for violating the conditions of his release (visiting his brother in prison and having ISIS propaganda on his computer). Less than a year later, he was released again, and now, a little more than a year later he is going back to prison again.

The lesson? You can come to Europe, assist in the killing of more than 150 Europeans, and walk free. If you are enough of an idiot to violate the conditions of your release, specifically showing you are still interested in killing more Europeans, you will be out on the streets again within the year.

Europe is suicidal.

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