The man who last week stole the post-mortem reports of the victims of the attacks of March 22, 2016, was a fighter in Syria, news agency Belga learned from a reliable source.
The hard disk containing the autopsy reports of the victims of the terrorist attacks of March 22, 2016 was stolen last week in the building of the public prosecutor’s office of Brussels (Portalis). E.K.I., a 27-year-old suspect, was arrested and placed under arrest. He is scheduled to appear before the council on Wednesday. He denies the facts. The investigation has not yet found the stolen objects.
The thief appears to be Iliass Khayari, identified as a veteran of the war in Syria, according to a well-informed source. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison in 2016, half of which was suspended. Khayari claimed that he had beheaded a man in Syria, but he was not prosecuted for that.
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