Anorak News | Nordine Amrani: Profile And Photos Of Liege Killer

Nordine Amrani: Profile And Photos Of Liege Killer

by | 13th, December 2011

NORDINE Amrani, 33, has murdered five people in Place Saint Lambert, Liege, Belgium. He has murdered a 17-year-old boy, a 15-year-old girl, a 65-year-old woman, a two-year-old girl and a 20-year-old man. So far, 123 people have been reported injured.

Other reports say he did not act alone.

Other reports are that he was a militant Muslim.

Amrani murdered with bullets and grenades.

What do we know about Mr Amrani? So far, not much.

Nordine Amrani was born in Belgium on November 15, 1978. He is the son of North African immigrants from Morocco.

In September 2008, he was sentenced to 58 months in prison and fined €11,000 for possession of 10 firearms, 9,500 gun parts along and 2,800 cannabis plants. He kept them in his metal shop.

Amrani was granted parole in October last year.

He has a conviction for sexual abuse.

Recent police has raided his home looking for marijuana. They wound weapons.

Before he killed five people and himself, Amrani is thought to have killed his neighbour’s cleaner. Her body was, reportedly, found in a cannabis farm at his home. Othr repotts say he tried to rape her.

He left money for his girlfriend, a care home nurse reportedly called Perrin Balon who has now gone into hiding, with a note that said: “Good luck! I love you.”

The next time police saw him was was stood on the roof of a baker’s shop shooting. He then, apparently, shot himself with a FAL assault rifle.

Says Danielle Reynders, the Public Prosecutor:

“It is uncertain whether he killed himself or whether his weapons exploded. He left his home this morning with his backpack and his arms.”

Willy Demeyer, the Mayor of Liege:

“This isolated act has sown desolation in the heart of the city.”

Belgian prime minister Elio di Rupo:

“The act which happened here in Liege is horrible, there are no words to describe the tragedy. We think of the innocent victims, innocent victims, of their families and friends. We also think of all the people who were present at the scene, and more generally of the people of Liege. All the country is sharing in the pain of the families affected. According to the information we have this is an isolated act, not a terrorist act, or an attack. The shock that the population feels is understandable and we share it.”


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Two special police officers are seen at the scene of incident in Liege, Belgium, on Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011. Belgian news organizations are reporting that two people have been killed and at least 10 wounded Tuesday when three men attacked a crowd in the eastern Belgian city with hand grenades and gunfire. (AP Photo/ Virginia Mayo)

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