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Read What One Of The Brussels Suicide Bombers Wrote Before The Attacks


Ibrahim el-Bakraoui, one of the terrorists that attcked an airport in the Belgian capital city, Brussels has been found to have written a will of some sort just before he and his accomplices blew themselves up killing more than 30 people and injuring over 200 people in a triple blast within the airport and a Subway.

The note was found in his laptop which he had trashed on the way to the airport. Police got the tip about the laptop and its location from the cab driver who drove the terrorists to the
airport.

 In the "will", el-Bakraoui sounded desperate and fearful; writing that he did not know what to do anymore. He further wrote some ramblings like, "in a rush""hunted everywhere...no longer safe""I don't want to end up in a cell next to him." (This is believed to be a reference to Salah Abdelsalam, The Paris attacks mastermind who was arrested some days back).

The computer on which Ibrahim wrote the will was dumped in a trash can in the same street in Schaarbeek where investigators found an unexploded bomb, an ISIS flag and bomb-making materials on Tuesday night.