Paris attack planner recruited participants among ‘refugees’ in Hungarian camp

Paris attack planner recruited participants among ‘refugees’ in Hungarian camp
(Image: Reuters, Philippe Wozajer via WSJ)

[Ed. – Gee, how much further apart can the POTUS-in-Chief’s narrative fall?]

A suspected ringleader of the deadly Paris attacks travelled to Hungary where he ‘recruited a team’ from unregistered migrants passing through the country, government officials say.

Salah Abdeslam, who remains on the run from European authorities, is believed to have visited Budapest’s Keleti station, then left the country with the team he pulled together.

The development comes as evidence grows that ISIS jihadis are passing through Greece and the Balkans hidden among refugees fleeing the Syrian conflict.

Janos Lazar, the chief of staff to Hungary’s prime minister, told reporters: ‘I can confirm that one of the main organisers of the Paris terror attacks was in Budapest.’ …

Mr Lazar also stated the migrants he was recruiting had refused to register with Hungarian authorities.

French sources revealed a car rented by Abdeslam was known to have been in Hungary on September 17.

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