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Guard at ‘terror target’ Belgian nuclear site killed, access badge stolen – media

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 Cinnamon    24,707

A security officer at a nuclear site was killed in the Belgian city of Charleroi two days after the terror attacks in Brussels, local newspaper Derniere Heure reported, citing police sources. The paper added that the man’s security pass was stolen.

 

Charleroi is located 50 km from the Belgian capital.

The guard, identified as Didier Prospero, was walking his dog when he was shot dead in the early evening on Thursday, the paper said.

His security pass was stolen, which alerted the investigators since the man was a member of a nuclear power plant staff.

The prosecutors later told DH that no links to terrorism had been discovered in the murder of the security officer.

https://www.rt.com/news/337276-belgium-nuclear-guard-killed/

And then there is this which was downplayed:

 

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 Ukshep    21,592
4 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

A security officer at a nuclear site was killed in the Belgian city of Charleroi two days after the terror attacks in Brussels, local newspaper Derniere Heure reported, citing police sources. The paper added that the man’s security pass was stolen.

 

Charleroi is located 50 km from the Belgian capital.

The guard, identified as Didier Prospero, was walking his dog when he was shot dead in the early evening on Thursday, the paper said.

His security pass was stolen, which alerted the investigators since the man was a member of a nuclear power plant staff.

The prosecutors later told DH that no links to terrorism had been discovered in the murder of the security officer.

https://www.rt.com/news/337276-belgium-nuclear-guard-killed/

And then there is this which was downplayed:

 

This is one to watch! i only told you a few days ago about possible nuclear events.

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