Berlin Christmas Market Terrorist Dies in Milan During Shootout With Police…

Anis Amri, the Berlin terrorist, was shot dead in Milan Italy after shooting at police officers during a routine ID check. The terrorist pulled a gun from his backpack and screamed ‘Allahu Akbar’ while he shot one of the officers.

The 24-year-old ISIS terrorist was stopped by two officers after he arrived in the suburb of Sesto San Giovanni in the northern Italian city of Milan at approximately 3am local time.

berlin-5According to the Daily Mail – Two officers asked him for ID documents, at which point Amri ‘immediately’ pulled a gun from his backpack and shouted ‘police b******s’ as he shot one in the shoulder.

A firefight ensued with Amri cowering behind a car as he tried to flee, but the extremist was shot and killed by the second officer – a trainee who had only been in the job a few months. Witnesses said the two policemen had then crouched over Amri in a bid to keep him alive, but the Tunisian died after ten minutes. (read more)

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62 Responses to Berlin Christmas Market Terrorist Dies in Milan During Shootout With Police…

  1. Trumpstumper says:

    Anus battles Cristian, and Luca, gets shot dead in a hail of bullets.
    God IS with us, watches over us, and has a sense of humor. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  2. kingjulianx says:

    Merry Christmas to Anis lmao. Oh wait do they have Christmas in Hell?

    Liked by 3 people

  3. A good terrorist is a dead terrorist, I am just sayin’. Too bad O does not feel the same.
    Oh by the way Treepers; may you have a very merry and blessed Christmas.😊🌲☕

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    • A shoot-on-sight rule of engagement for Islamists would simplify matters greatly, as well as make the world a nicer place.

      Liked by 5 people

    • ediegrey says:

      I would prefer these terrorists were not killed immediately It would be good to interrogate them, find more and stop future attacks. then punish them. Strangely enough, they are always killed on the spot. Who knows what really happened. I do not trust any media, have no reason to. As far as I can tell, they are not on our side.

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  4. Jim Costa says:

    It would be interesting to see if they can affirm that he was actually in the truck or even driving. A wallet in the truck is circumstantial. It may have been put there earlier and maybe he was not the driver. Fingerprints might be good to have.

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    • Dehbashi says:

      The thing that bothers me is the fact that the wallet was supposed to be in the truck the whole time but they went after someone else first without checking the van. I have a bad feeling the Germans have no idea who actually did the crime but blamed him since they were already tracking him for different reasons. Makes a perfect scapegoat.

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      • Orygun says:

        It was awful convenient having a wallet with his id. How many times have you dropped your wallet? It also seems funny that it took them that long to find it and actually look for the perp. The German police would have to be worse than the Three Stooges.

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    • LBB says:

      News yesterday indicated they confirmed Amri’s fingerprints in truck. The article link also states that fact.

      “But Amri was further pinpointed to crime scene when his fingerprints were also found on the steering wheel of the stolen vehicle. “

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      • Dehbashi says:

        I still doubt it was specifically him.

        “It is revealed that police are looking for a Tunisian man, named as Anis Amri, after his ID was found under the driver’s seat. It emerged that the failed asylum seeker, who had a 100,000 euro reward on his head, had been under the surveillance of German intelligence for several months. ”

        Even worse, that would be one of the first places to look for anything for below average police. I think they are lying to cover their butt off on not finding the perp and he is the scapegoat because he is a POS naturally.

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  5. Disgusted says:

    Oh, he’s not an extremist any more than he is an asylum seeker or a tourist or a refugee. He is exactly what everyone KNOWS he is. A muslim. An everyday variety muslim.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. zephyrbreeze says:

    The number #1 duty of government is to protect the country – and Merkel is an EPIC failure.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. georgiafl says:

    72 Virgins For Berlin Terrorist…..

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Joe Knuckles says:

    I don’t care how many anus armies the Muslims send t us, we will kill them all.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. BigMamaTEA says:

    Good riddance.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Good. Riddance. Still so very many to go…


  11. fedback says:

    Travelled through three countries before ending in Milan. German police got lucky, they believed he was in Berlin or North Rhine Westphalia.
    Open borders in an age of terrorism and migration is not common sense

    Liked by 4 people

  12. alliwantissometruth says:

    What’s the point? The politicians will just replace him with more & more feral savages
    (and the people will continue voting those same politicians back into office)

    Liked by 1 person

    • Well, there is certainly celebration in ITALY. I think this incident really has sparked a fire of pride in the Italians. This success gives them a lot of encouragement and helps against apathy. Italians really hate the islamics (we have our own dark men and every man has a beard, except in Italy they are handsome; so we do not need their ugly muslim arabic brand!).

      This may not help Germany, but it sure helps Italy feel empowered and even gives hope in the US that at least ONE European country is NOT folding to muslim arab terrorists.

      Liked by 4 people

  13. Joe Knuckles says:

    Saw some idiot German woman being interviewed after the anus was shot dead. She said she was glad because “that means now we are safe”. The entire country is going to earn itself a collective Darwin Award. Can you give a Darwin Award to a country?

    Liked by 8 people

  14. helmhood says:

    I hope the police officer shouted back “Buon Natale!”

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Give real credit to these two policemen , the younger one who killed the terrorist had a gung ho // US Marine attitude , his face book heading said ” Fear is a reaction , courage is a decision ” Good for him

    Liked by 8 people

  16. keeler says:

    Despite being under France being under a state of emergency for over a year, French authorities couldn’t prevent this terrorist from crossing its borders twice.

    There’s also reports CCTV captured the terrorist at a local mosque twice after the attacks.

    Just more proof the security imposed upon us is all but worthless.

    Liked by 5 people

  17. petszmom says:

    here in my state we like to say after a death row inmate is put down: making texas better one execution at a time. hurray for another dead islamist loon… making the world better one dead terrorist at a time.

    Liked by 5 people

  18. entagor says:

    I was listening to the news on the radio, and the announcer said the Berlin terrorist had been involved in the burning of a migrant camp in Famagusta. That is not a name you pull out of a hat. I couldn’t verify this report, but Famagusta is a district in Greek Cyprus, while the city is now under Turkish control since Turkey invaded Cyprus. The Greek Cypriots fled the Turks and were never allowed to return.

    Few Americans know the history of Famagusta. When the muslim hordes were invading Europe, In 1570 Famagusta was under siege for a year by a huge Turkish armada. When General Bragadin who led the defense of Famagusta negotiated a supposedly peaceful surrender, the Ottoman General suddenly cut off Bragadin’s ears and nose, had him tortured and finally skinned alive, with his skin stuffed with straw and paraded throughout the city.

    The image of what happened to Christians in Famagusta may have been the incentive needed to finally defeat the Turks in the great sea battle of Lepanto. I have heard that at Lepanto, 15,000 Christian galley slaves were freed from Turkish warships (Turks would not make muslims be galley slaves)

    It never ends

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  19. Paul Killinger says:

    Germany has announced they have no means of keeping track of the 6,000 suspected foreign terrorists in their country, as their police forces haven’t the manpower to do so.

    May I suggest they SHOULD HAVE THOUGHT OF THAT prior to welcoming more than a Million mostly Muslim refugees and migrants they knew nothing about into their country.

    In fact, I would go so far as to say their absolute disregard for the security and safety of their own citizenry is STUNNING!

    Liked by 9 people

    • nimrodman says:

      “Germany has announced they have no means of keeping track of the 6,000 suspected foreign terrorists in their country …”

      Same in the US. The FBI has been quoted that they’re attempting to follow in excess of 1,000 high-suspicion individuals and do not have the capability to do so effectively.

      And same principle. Why create an impossible task for law-enforcement and the immense financial costs by importing the problem in the first place?

      America is in the same misguided place as Europe, just not quite as advanced …
      … YET

      Liked by 4 people

    • Bert Darrell says:

      Corrupt politicians (Merkel) do not care about the people. They just want to fill their pockets with money and go live where they think terrorists will never dare to come. Even Hitler’s ashes must be swirling in the wind wherever they were dumped.


  20. Paul Killinger says:

    The only positive takeaway from this deadly tragedy is it’s now been affirmed that with Germany leading the way, the EU is most assuredly DESTINED TO FAIL!

    (This also proves that Farage was right all these years by telling everyone who’d listen it was only a question of WHEN.)

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  21. Also, farther down, freely translated, “Only with the straight and narrow path is there light, otherwise all is darkness.”

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  22. Martin says:

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  23. 3x1 says:

    Noticed his mom didn’t flee Tunis. Thought refugees were women and children. AP and Reuters and CNN said so. Mom was doing fine still in Tunis.

    Liked by 4 people

  24. Hero Luca Scatà

    O how Italians love PAPERWORK & DOCUMENTS! Trust me when I say that in ITALY there are documents FOR documents and other documents for those documents; one for the village then ones for the providence then ones for the State. Cannot even get a LIBRARY card nor a cell phone account without identification which includes your codice fiscale (ssn#) and your passport and your Italian ID card — but you must first have your residence established to get an Italian ID card, which takes a VISA or a Permit of Stay and tons of other paperwork and documents; if you are not an Italian citizen? At least 5 different documents are required! And documents are ALWAYS checked. Italy is the land of confusion but never confusion about documents and checking documents!

    THIS is how the muslim terrorist murderer was caught 😀

    Hey musllims, we have our own BEARDS and we don’t need YOURS. STAY OUT OF ITALY! Shave at 8am, full beard by 3pm LOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!

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  25. Sa_Bi says:

    Open borders sure are wonderful. He could kill people in Berlin and drive over at least two national borders without any controls, but at least the Italian police was able to kill him after a random check!


  26. Hardnox says:

    I hope someone on the scene took a moment to pee on his carcass.


  27. nimrodman says:

    Yet more “Syrian refugees” on their way to Europe. Maybe a Tunisian or two as well …

    Liked by 1 person

  28. UKExpat says:

    Merkel and the LEFTARD German SNOWFLAKES that support her and her INSANE immigration policies are to blame as is the preposterous EU OPEN BORDERS Shengen Treaty region which gave the TERRORIST SCUMBAG the freedom to roam from Poland to Germany to France and then to Italy, FOUR National borders and no ID checks.


  29. moe ham head says:

    at least this story has a happy ending

    Liked by 1 person

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