BERLIN - The victim of the attack at the Christmas market in Berlin in December could have been arrested for his act. German media reported on an acclaimed document of justice, showing that Anis Amri was associated with drug trafficking in November as a gang member.
On the basis of that suspicion, 'arrest was possible. 'According to Focus Online, it is investigated why that document was held by which Amri was not detained.
The Tunisian drove a stolen truck on the 19th of December on the crowded Christmas market. Twelve people met while 67 people were injured. Amri was shot by the police in flight in Italy.
After the attack it became apparent that the German security services Amri had already watched.