One of the terrorist suicide bombers at the stadium held a Syrian passport and came to France as a migrant through Greece on October 3rd. That’s stunning news, perhaps not shocking, but stunning. [There is an update. Two of the terrorists were migrants]
One of the terrorists was a French national and three were from a radicalized region of Brussels and a number of others have been arrested in Brussels.
There were four terrorists killed at the theater, three at the stadium and one believed dead or captured at another venue. There were six locations at five venues.
The migrants coming into the EU are 77% young and male. This terrorist did arrive in a dinky boat, despite the fact that we were told they had other means of transportation.
Express UK reports that a Greek government official revealed the man, who died in the seige on the French capital, had passed through the southern European country last month.
A passport was found near the body of the gunmen, revealed he arrived in mainland Europe from the Greek island of Leros, suggesting he arrived in there by boat.
Citizen Protection Minister Nikos Toskas, in charge of police forces, has released the following statement: “On the case of the Syrian passport found at the scene of the terrorist attack, we announce that the passport holder had passed from Leros on October 3 where he was identified based on EU rules.
The terrorist migrant likely passed through other checkpoints. So much for vetting.
The BBC is reporting that the Paris attacks were carried out by a terror cell in Syria, probably Raqqa.
Our government wants to admit 200,000 this year from mostly terrorist countries despite the fact that we cannot vet these people.
Our intelligence community has warned us that we cannot vet these refugees. As Rep. Michael McCaul recently said we cannot have a reckless policy for “humanitarian” sake.
“But when you have the DNI, Mr. Clapper, express concerns and the FBI and Homeland privately as well saying that we don’t have the intelligence on the ground to vet these persons properly — that to me, my first and foremost job is to protect the American people,” McCaul said.
“We are a compassionate nation. We have to deal with this crisis.
“But, you know, this is — could be a very reckless and dangerous policy.”
Keep in mind that ISIS is already in all 50 states according to FBI Director Jim Comey.