As authorities work to clean up the devastating mess left in the wake of the airport bombing in Brussels, Belgium, video has surfaced of the suspected terrorists just moments before they detonated their bombs, and there’s something strange about them catching major attention.
While analyzing the footage of the suspected terrorists, Fox News correspondent Catherine Herridge picked up on an eerie detail about their hands that’s likely a clue into how they carried out the operation. Three men are seen pushing carts – one of which is believed to have been carrying a bomb – just before the bombs went off inside of the airport, and two of the men are only wearing a single glove.
Check it out:
Why is this important? The UK Telegraph has more:
“The photo shows that the two men are each wearing just one glove. Sources said these might have been used to hide trigger devices. Police are understood to be hunting the man in the hat.”
In the video below, Herridge explains further why authorities are focusing on these men:
“Do you see how one hand is gloved and the other hand is not gloved? What you see in suicide situations is that the detonator switch is attached or taped to one of the hands…it’s almost what you call a dead man switch.”Catherine Herridge explains why the Brussels terror suspects’ gloved hands grabbed her attention. http://bit.ly/22CLGwQ
Posted by Fox News on Tuesday, March 22, 2016
The attacks killed over 30 people and wounded another 200 or so, and it appears as if the Islamic State terror group (ISIS) is claiming responsibility for them. Should the analyses of the video prove to be true, anti-terror officials could have another tool in their bag to stop terror attacks before they happen.
After all, it’s not every day you see someone wearing a single glove, so they should be easy enough to spot.