The heinous terrorist attacks perpetrated in Paris on Nov. 13, which left approximately 132 dead and many more wounded, are yet another example of the precarious world we live in. To no one’s surprise, the Islamic State, a.k.a. ISIS, soon took credit for these atrocities. A major break in the case came for police when a car with Belgian plates was identified as having been rented by an individual associated with ISIS fighters in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek. This identification led to the first three arrests in the case. So once again, we have an associated motor vehicle being one of the key elements not only of the crime but also of its solution.
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