STUNNING REPORT: German Official Suggests Obama Protected Christmas Market Terrorist for Months Before His Bloody Attack in Dec. 2016

Thursday, November 21, 2019
By Paul Martin

Guest post by Collin McMahon
November 21, 2019

As the third anniversary of the Berlin Christmas Market terror attack on Dec. 19, 2016 approaches, a police detective has testified the German government ignored warnings of the danger posed by terrorist Anis Amri.

Christmas Market terrorist Anis Amri

Was the Obama government involved in protecting the prospective mass murderer?

The bombshell testimony came after a year of dilly-dallying and wasting time on the parliamentary investigative committee, AfD co-chair Beatrix von Storch told Breitbart News today:

“The investigation committee wasted a year hearing irrelevant testimony, and now that we have the first real witness, we find out why: the German government was warned of Anis Amri as a potential terrorist, explicitly and concretely, almost a year ahead of time, and did everything they could to prevent the attack – from being prevented.

The North Rhine-Westfalian state police detective, identified only as “M.”, testified his department had warned Federal and Berlin police, to where Anis Amri had moved from the Rhineland, that Amri was extremely dangerous. The officer was told privately to stand down because pursuing the ISIS terrorist was “too much work”. The order came from “the very top”, the officer was told by his contact in the Federal police. When he asked who precisely, he was told the order came from an intel head of the Federal police and from then-Interior Secretary Thomas de Maizière. M. testified he was “shocked and consternated” by these orders, and spoke to two state prosecutors about the matter, Die Zeit reported.

The spokeswoman for the victim’s families, Astrid Passin, who lost her father in the attack, demanded that former Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière be subpoenaed to testify. “We were always told the higher-ups would be questioned at the very end,” Passin told Die Welt, “but we think that is a mistake.”

The Tunisian Anis Amri came to Germany as a “refugee” 2015 and first lived in Hildesheim in North Rhine Westfalia, where he got in touch with hate preacher Abu Walaa, a known contact person for ISIS in Germany, which also brought him to the attention of investigators. In March 2016, he moved to Berlin, where he frequented Fussilet Mosque, known to be a hotbed of Islamic State agitation and recruitment. Amri was arrested multiple times for drug dealing and forgery, and was known to have used multiple identities and commit welfare fraud, yet he was not deported, even as his asylum request was denied a total of 14 times.

The police office M., however, who sought to alert his superiors to the danger posed by Amri, a highly respected officer who meticulously assembled his case to document Amri’s connections to the Islamic State and the danger he posed, was blocked at every step of the and disciplined by higher-ups for trying to get to the bottom of it, a bestselling author claims.

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