Family feud was behind Brussels-South shooting incidentFriday, 11 May 2018 09:27
In June last year military personnel shot and killed a man responsible for a failed explosion in the city’s Central station.
However following interviews with witnesses and inspection of CCTV footage, the Brussels prosecutor’s office determined that the shooting was not linked to terrorism. In fact, it goes back to a long-running feud between two families. The weapon used has been found and the shooter identified, though he had yet to be arrested as Brussels Times went to press.
No-one was injured in the incident, and disruption to rail services was described as minimal.
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