Berlin truck attack ID could be as fake as 9/11 passports, says George Galloway

'Berlin truck attack ID could be as fake as 9/11 passports', says George Galloway

Anis Amri's ID was found inside the truck

Thursday, December 22, 2016

George Galloway believes the story of the ID found in the truck used in the Berlin Christmas market attack could be a lie - and likens it to the passports found in the hours after the 9/11 attacks.

German police are currently searching for suspect Anis Amri, after claiming they found his identity card under the driver’s seat of the truck used in the attack.

At the start of his latest show, Galloway asked: “If you were about to commit an act of mass murder, would you even have your ID card on you? And if you had it on you would you leave it in the truck for the police to find?

"If [the ID is false].. it illustrates another deep flaw - sickness even at the heart of this whole confrontation in which we are involved between the West and the so-called Isis."

Galloway, who has previously expressed scepticism about the official version of what happened on September 11, 2001, added that if the German police have invented the story of the ID, it "belongs in the same tray as those mysterious pristine un-singed passports that were found a mile or so from the twin towers on 9/11."

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