brussels - One of the suicide bombers who blew up in March at the Brussels airport, may have paid kickbacks in Turkey to be expelled to the Netherlands and not in Belgium. Which reported the Belgian broadcaster VTM.
The federal prosecutor showed Wednesday its regret that confidential information is leaked to the press and would not comment.
Ibrahim El Bakraoui was arrested last summer at the Turkish-Syrian border and was turned off. The Belgian was wanted by the authorities in his country, but could travel undisturbed to Schiphol. The note says that El Bakraoui would be in accordance with another terror suspect in Turkey from 6000 to 7000 euros ' Lost '. He has since officials with possible bribed.
Minister Ard van der Steur (Security and Justice) survived a debate in the Lower House in April on the issue. In the Netherlands, details have not seen the expulsion of El Bakraoui and he was not reported internationally.