The video, which the executor of the terrorist act in Berlin Anis Amri swears allegiance to the terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia), recognized as authentic. On Thursday, December 29, Die Welt reported, citing data from the Prosecutor’s office of Germany.
The video, which people like Amri, swears allegiance to the group and its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appeared online four days after the attacks in the German capital.
According to police, the recording was made in Berlin.
In addition, the office of public Prosecutor has informed that from-under guards released 40-year-old Tunisian, who was arrested on December 28 on suspicion of complicity in preparing a terrorist attack. As told by investigators, they failed to establish a direct link between him and the perpetrator of the attack.
On December 19 in the German capital was a terrorist attack. Truck driving, according to police, was a Tunisian Anis Amri, made arrival on visitors street Christmas market. Victims of the incident were 12 people, 48 were wounded. The German authorities acknowledged the incident a terrorist attack.
Amri managed to escape from the scene of the attack. Four days later he was shot dead by Italian police in the city of Sesto San Giovanni (province of Milan).
Amri was born in Tunisia in 1992, in Germany, he arrived in July 2015. In February of this year it has come to the attention of law enforcement. Intelligence services suspected him of having links with an international terrorist group “Islamic state” (IG, is prohibited in Russia). Against 24-year-old men were encouraged to establish “intensive control”.