Brussels Airport Attack

Hercule Poirot would be very unimpressed, as will the relatives of the victims.

'A Belgian soldier taking part in a military patrol at Brussels Airport on 5 March 2016 is now reported to have recognised Khalid el Bakraoui, then a terrorist suspect, who would go on days later to blow himself up in an explosion at Maalbeek station on the Brussels metro on 22 March.'

http://www.brusselstimes.com/belgiu...hxj4PujalBnD1w9XeYPaC0iDiTl4mHZDoN9SqCMsApyGA
 
Hercule Poirot would be very unimpressed, as will the relatives of the victims.

'A Belgian soldier taking part in a military patrol at Brussels Airport on 5 March 2016 is now reported to have recognised Khalid el Bakraoui, then a terrorist suspect, who would go on days later to blow himself up in an explosion at Maalbeek station on the Brussels metro on 22 March.'

http://www.brusselstimes.com/belgiu...hxj4PujalBnD1w9XeYPaC0iDiTl4mHZDoN9SqCMsApyGA
A mate of mine was one of the victims, lived , full of shrapnel , may still lose his foot.
 
Hercule Poirot would be very unimpressed, as will the relatives of the victims.

'A Belgian soldier taking part in a military patrol at Brussels Airport on 5 March 2016 is now reported to have recognised Khalid el Bakraoui, then a terrorist suspect, who would go on days later to blow himself up in an explosion at Maalbeek station on the Brussels metro on 22 March.'

http://www.brusselstimes.com/belgiu...hxj4PujalBnD1w9XeYPaC0iDiTl4mHZDoN9SqCMsApyGA
In summary. Soldier recognises suspect. Isn’t allowed to detain suspect and police are unable to locate him as he moved on.
 
Hercule Poriot was fictional.

Real life sucks.

And I am sure that everyone did what they could within the law.

This is quite comfy and has no consequences, unlike life.

 

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