BELGIUM POLICE Find ‘Police Uniforms,’ TATP Explosives and Rocket Launchers in Terror Raid
European Police reportedly found police uniforms, TATP explosives and rocket launchers during a recent police raid.
BREAKING: 200 POLICE UNIFORMS FOUND IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE IN A RAID, ALONG WITH ROCKET LAUNCHERS AND RIFLES, according to @DeirdreBolton
— Liz Claman (@LizClaman) November 17, 2015
The ISIS suicide bombers used TATP explosives in their suicide belts last week.
The explosive TATP uses hydrogen peroxide, among other ingredients. Above, firefighters in protective gear clear barrels of hydrogen peroxide in Hangzhou, China, in 2006. (Reuters/China Daily China Daily Information Corp)
In January, police raided a suspected ISIS terror cell in Verviers in eastern Belgium, killing two men who were alleged to be on the brink of a major Paris-style attack.
The cell members, including the man alleged to be orchestrating the plot from abroad, Belgian-Moroccan Abelhamid Abaaoud, all hailed from the Molenbeek area and were suspected to be ISIS veterans who had returned from fighting in Syria, according to a counterterrorism official.
Police found automatic weapons, police uniforms and chemicals to make TATP, the powerful explosive that the Paris attackers also used Friday.