German commandos storm a KLM jet and seize 2 Somali suspected terroristsSeptember 26th, 2008 - 4:44 pm ICT by David M N James
German commandos have stormed a jet in Cologne and arrested two suspected terrorists.
The commandos went in the Dutch plane at Cologne airport and swiftly arrested the two men suspected of planning terror attacks. The commandos well know as the terror cops swiftly took over the plane catching the suspects’ off guard. The commandos took over the Amsterdam-bound jet was stormed at 6:55 am (0455 GMT).
The commandos arrested the two, a 23-year-old Somali and a 24-year-old German citizen of Somali origin. The two men had left notes in their apartments saying they were prepared to die in “holy war” and that they had been under police surveillance for several months.
German administration is reputed for rapid response to terrorists and has been credited for excellence. The two men were swiftly removed from the plane, which had been preparing to take off from the airport in western Germany.
No incidents have been reported or resistance from the suspects.
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