Saturday, 19 March 2016

World’s most wanted terrorist behind Paris massacre captured alive

Salah Abdeslam (left), one of the most wanted men in Europe, has been wounded and caught by police (right, an officer at the scene of the raid

World’s most wanted behind Paris massacre has been captured alive. Salah Abdeslam, 26, was seized in Belgium after being shot in the leg by armed police in the Brussels neighbourhood of Molenbeek, following a 4-month manhunt.

Abdeslam was part of the ISIS terror cell that murdered 130 people at a rock concert, a football stadium and several cafes in Paris last November. He was taken to hospital last night but discharged this morning and now faces a fast-track extradition to France to face justice for the slaughter.

It would be recalled that on Tuesday, Abdeslam escaped through a skylight as police stormed a flat in the Forest neighbourhood in Brussels where his fingerprints were later discovered. 

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