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"We are certainly not dealing here with just a glitch, a little bug, but a deep structural problem.” Yes. Pretty structurally deep. How can three people (the taxi driver, the property owner, and the local police officer) manage not to report on what happened at this bomb factory in the middle of a European capital?
"A taxi driver who picked up three young men at the block smelled a noxious odor leaking from their curiously heavy luggage as he drove them to Brussels Airport."...
"The smell in their apartment was horrendous, the owner said, recalling how he had seen on the floor two large fans similar to ones found on construction how to open blocked sites, and an exhaust fan on the wall. Such fans would be useful in the final stages of preparing TATP"
"Mr. Rodrigues [, the property owner,] said that whenever he visited the apartment, the door to the living room was always shut, while windows throughout the apartment were always open. Mr. Rodrigues said he would smell a “very strong chemical odor” that he could not quite put a finger on. “If it smelled like bleach or drugs, I would’ve recognized it,” he said."
"The agent de quartier, Philippe Swinnen, declined to be interviewed. Mr. Rodrigues said the officer had stopped by the building at least twice to check whether the names of residents were properly listed, but never entered because the Bakraouis did not list their names. “It took him three months to figure out that people were living” on the top floor, Mr. Rodrigues said, adding: “But it was too late. That’s how things work in Schaerbeek.”"