SR 1413 – Berlin Truck Killer Was a Merkel Refugee

Berlin Truck Killer Was a Merkel Refugee
Good evening, I’m still reporting on the invasion.
German police are now offering a 100,000 Euro reward for the capture of a 24-year-old Tunisian man, Anis Amri, as the prime suspect in the truck massacre in Berlin on Monday night.
Amri entered Germany seeking asylum In July 2015 thanks to German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open door policy for all migrants. 
Amri’s wallet and identification papers were found in the cab of the truck used in the terror attack. He is believed to have many aliases and is directly connected with the top ISIS operative in Germany.
Police believe that Amri had a gun and shot Polish truck driver, Lukasz Urban, after stabbing him in order to kidnap him and his truck. When Urban saw what Amri was about to do, they apparently fought inside the cab as Urban tried to stop the slaughter.
German officials believe from Amri’s DNA left inside the truck that Urban had injured him before he was shot to death. Police have not found Amri’s gun and so believe him to be armed and dangerous and will probably strike again.
Amri spent some time in detention in Germany awaiting deportation back to Tunisia, however Tunisia initially denied that he was a citizen of their country and so delayed issuing him a passport back into the country. That passport did arrive in Germany today, however.
Amri was being watched closely by German police who were monitoring his communications. He recently sought weapons, so German police knew he was about to try something.
Amri came across the Mediterranean route (see SR 1380) and initially landed in Italy. Prior to arriving in Germany, he spent 4 years in an Italian prison for burning a school. 
I’m still reporting from Washington. Good day.