DAILYKENN.com -- Police in Brussels, Belgium testified that they saw staff from the Zaventem, Brussels Airport cheer the attacks in Paris.
Vincent Gilles, president of the SLFP Police, made the revelation during an interview with the news website, rtl.be.
Meanwhile, dailymail.co.uk is reporting that two of the ISIS bombers actually worked at the airport.
Assimilation doesn't appear to be working.
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The extraordinary claims come after the Mail reported how the family of two of the bombers involved in the attacks last week said they had worked as cleaners at the airport.
‘Some people suspected of having fought in Syria came to the airport as “false tourists”. We reported their presence but we do not know if anything was done with that information,’ the airport police wrote in their letter.
The officers said they had raised suspicions about certain staff members including those who apparently celebrated after the Paris attacks in November that killed 130 people.
‘When we checked these people, we were surprised more than once. It was men with a radical ideology and a long police history,’ the officers continued.
‘Even today, there are at least 50 supporters of the Islamic state who work at the airport. They have a security badge and have access to the cockpit of a plane.
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