‘I’m in a rush, I don’t know what to do’: Brussels attacker’s will found in bin reveals panic after Abdeslam caught Brahim el-Bakraoui’s last statement was found on a laptop thrown in a bin in Brussels
The Isis militants who killed more than 30 people in a string of bombings in Brussels were “in a rush” after being thrown into panic by the arrest of Salah Abdeslam, an uncovered will has suggested.
Police searching a property used by at least three of the attackers uncovered a statement apparently written by Brahim (Ibrahim) el-Bakraoui, who blew himself up at Brussels Airport.
Frederic Van Leeuw, Belgium’s federal prosecutor, said the document was found dumped in a bin outside a flat in Schaerbeek. Video shows immediate aftermath inside Brussels airport terminal
Paraphrasing el-Bakraoui’s statement, Mr Van Leeuw said the 29-year-old Belgian was “in a rush, not knowing what to do, being hunted everywhere, no longer being safe”.