German police may have 'covered up' repeated failure to arrest Berlin attacker before Isis massacre

Police missed multiple chances to arrest the Berlin attacker before he carried out his massacre and may have attempted to a cover-up to disguise their failings, it has emerged.

Anis Amri killed 12 people in a rampage at a Christmas market in the German capital after pledging allegiance to Isis, managing to evade authorities for four days in five countries before being shot dead by police in Milan. 

German authorities swiftly turned the blame on Tunisian authorities for hampering Amri’s deportation, but it has since been revealed that they had numerous chances to detain the jihadi for

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