Last week, a suspected Syrian terrorist eluded capture by German police in the city of Chemnitz. A few days later, he was actually turned in by three fellow Syrian refugees.
Today it is reported that the suspect committed suicide in a Leipzig jail cell.
As much as I have spoken out against so many of the Syrian “refugees” in Europe, I must give kudos to the three men who turned the suspect over to police. That contrasts starkly with the Molenbeek neighborhood of Brussels that harbored terrorist fugitives in the past year.