First up, we have Belgium's finest flexing his mental might as to why the escaped violent criminal may have gone on a robbing spree:
"In two hours they did four robberies," said the officer, who declined to give his name. "We think they need money."You think they needed money? You don't say? My first thought was that maybe Sekkaki was just under a tremendous amount of peer pressure, like maybe the other guys just double dog dared him or something.
"Hey dog, if you're the real deal an shit, then I like, dare you or some shit to go steal the cash from that old man behind the counter. And get me a moon pie to, yo. . ."
No wonder the cop declined to give his name.
The next target of my criticism is Sekkaki himself:
The escapees, who include a man considered to be one of the country's most dangerous criminals, robbed a bank, a gas station and two storage facilities, said the Bruges police spokesman Sunday.So if Sekkaki is such a bad ass scumbag, then why would he bother robbing gas stations and storage facilities after robbing a bank? What do you think he got from them, a couple of hundred dollars? One would think that the bank would have had all the money that they needed. I don't see Sekkaki as being the brightest crook out there, which explains how he got caught to begin with.
And finally, I have to laugh at the sheer stupidity of this poor bastard:
A 22-year-old man of Moroccan origin was an accomplice to the group but had to stay behind because the helicopter couldn't carry everyone, the Belga news agency reported.HAHAHAHA!! So you hijack a helicopter to bust your friend out of prison, but instead you had to replace him in the prison because you were too stupid take to the time to consider how much room there was in the cockpit. Awesome criminals they breed in Belgium!! Seriously, how many scumbags does it take to put a gun to the head of a helicopter pilot and force him to land in the yard?
Everyone in this article is dumber than a box of rocks.