The man who on Tuesday took hostages in a supermarket in Brussels, appeared to be mentally abnormal son of the Deputy mayor of the commune on sport. About it reports the edition Soir , citing mayor Marc-Jean Hessels.

The night before, the man armed with a knife tried to Rob a supermarket Carrefour in the Brussels commune fauré. The attempt ended in a hostage situation, and the invader has not expressed any demands. Police arrested the attacker, the resistance he had. No one was hurt.

It later emerged that the crime was committed by the son of Ahmed Atrassi Deputy mayor handicap on sport and the European and international cooperation.

“Mr Ahmed Atrassi made a statement at the meeting of the communal Council tonight, shortly after the start of the event. He expressed deep shock at the actions of one of his four sons,” said the mayor, quoted by RIA “Novosti”.

According to the mayor, Trassi reported that its son suffers from a mental disorder for many years. The Deputy mayor also stressed that “from a certain age the parents can not impute the actions of their child.”



Hostages in Brussels, captured the son of the Deputy mayor of the commune fauré 19.10.2016

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