Brussels airport suicide bomber Ibrahim El Bakraoui left a rushed will in a trash can saying he did not know what to do after police were hunting for him, the federal prosecutor said Wednesday.
Bakraoui's will said he was "in a rush", I don't know what to do, hunted everywhere, no longer safe" and "I don't want to end up in a cell next to him", Frederic van Leeuw said at a press conference.
That appeared to be a reference to Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam, who is reportedly linked to Bakraoui, and who is in custody in Belgium after being captured last week.
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