A policewoman in Cambrils, Spain was able to kill 4 jihadists on Thursday, and thereby saved her injured partner. After 4 men with fake suicide vests (which looked like coke cans) charged at her, she was able to kill all of them.
Eight hours after a van plowed into a crowd in Barcelona, another incident occurred in Cambrils, Spain. Details were sketchy at the time (see below).
An Audi containing 5 jihadists plowed into a crowd in the seacoast city of Cambrils on the Costa Dorada. One woman was killed, 5 civilians and a police officer were injured. The car overturned, and the jihadists “bailed” out of the car carrying knives and an axe, according to the Daily Mail.
Two police officers were on foot patrol when one was hit by the car. But his quick thinking partner pulled out her gun and shot 4 of the Islamic terrorists as they charged at her. All of them were wearing fake suicide belts made out of Coke cans.
The 5th jihadi went to a nearby park. Police opened fire, but the jihadi got back up, smiled, and kept going. It took 15 bullets to stop him.
Drugged up Killers
Why did it take 15 bullets to stop him? Because they were doped up.
According to authorities, ISIS has been feeding their fighters super-amphetamine pills called Captagon. Dubbed “pharmacoterrorism” the stimulant is literally ‘courage in a bottle.’ It is a psychostimulant which is made of a combination of amphetamine and theophylline. It became illegal in most countries in 1986. But ISIS has found that by abusing it, their fighters experience “a kind of euphoria – you’re talkative, you don’t sleep, you don’t eat, you’re energetic.” Deadly energetic.
Four suspects are on the run from the Barcelona attack: Moussa Oukabir, Said Aallaa, Mohamed Hychami and Younes Abouyaaqoub. The BBC reports that number of injured has been revised to 100, still only 13 deaths.
The ISIS terror cell that conducted the operations had approximately 12 members and was centered in Alcanar, Spain. On Wednesday, it was flattened by an explosion from bomb-making. One jihadi was killed, another injured. Paperwork found amidst the rubble indicated that an attack was imminent, something which the CIA had warned Barcelona about two months prior.
Plan B was to use vehicles to create a terror attack. Plan A was to use a bomb.
Moussa Oukabir, 18, from Ripoll is believed to have been the driver of the van that rammed into the crowd at about 60 mph in Barcelona. He allegedly used his brother Driss Ouakbir’s ID to rent the vans – he turned himself in and has denied involvement. Three other Moroccans are friends of Moussa and are also on the run. Moussa is considered Europe’s most wanted man at this point.