After months and months of running, Salah Abdeslam has finally been captured. The Paris Terror Attack suspect has been taken into custody after being shot in the leg by anti-terror police. Click here for everything you need to know about Salah.
Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, 26, was captured alive on March 18, after being on the run since the horrendous attacks on Nov. 13. The suspect is believed to have been the driver who dropped off three suicide bombers during the vicious attacks.
1) Salah Had A Love For PlayStation
The disgusting terrorist reportedly used to spend a great deal of time playing games on a PlayStation, drinking alcohol and using cannabis.
2) His Role In The Paris Terror Attacks
Investigators believe that Salah may have been the driver of a black Renault Clio that dropped off three suicide bombers near the Stade de France, according to CNN. Which was one of the attack sites near Paris. They also believe he had worn a suicide belt found on a Paris street after the attacks. He was then labeled as Public Enemy No. 1, aka “the most wanted” for crimes by the authorities in Europe.
3) His Brother Was Killed Via Suicide Bomb
Salah’s brother, Ibrahim Abdeslam, is believed to have been the suicide bomber who detonated explosives outside a cafe on Paris’ Boulevard Voltaire. His other brother, Mohammed, was also arrested but released after authorities declared he had no involvement with the attacks.
4) Salah Hung Out At Gay Bars
During the long manhunt for Salah, a bartender named Julien told the press that the suspect was a frequent visitor at gay bars in Brussels. This came as a shock, because the terror group Salah is involved with, brutally punishes and murders homosexual individuals.
5) Salah’s Big Capture
On March 18, 2016, Salah was captured and arrested in an anti-terror police raid in a Brussels suburb of Molenbeek. During the raid, he was shot in the leg. The raid began about an hour after Belgian prosecutors announced that they had found his fingerprint in an apartment that was raided earlier in the week, according to the NY Times.