BERLIN - Moroccan security services have to last year twice sent warnings to their German colleagues about the attack plans Anis Amri.
That confirmed the Moroccan government to Die Welt. BND, the German intelligence binnnelandse would for months must have known it was dangerous Anis Amri, according to the government.
Ansi is suspected of the attack on a Christmas market in Berlin on Monday that killed twelve people. He was shot dead Friday in Italy.
The warnings from Morocco were sent in September and October. They contain information about the beliefs of Amri and his willingness to commit a terrorist attack.