Two days after terrorists struck at the Brussels airport and a subway station, a security guard of a Belgian nuclear facility was murdered and his security access pass was stolen, Belgian media reported Saturday. The prosecutor’s office, however, formally denied any link between the murder of Didier Prospero, who worked at the National Institute of radioelements, and any planned terror attacks. Prospero was found dead in the bathroom at his home by his three children after they returned from school. He was shot four times and his dog was also killed.
Published in The Express Tribune, March 27th, 2016.