German government orders media to pixelate image of Berlin terror suspect. Don’t they want to catch him?

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    German government orders media

    German government orders media to pixelate image of Berlin terror suspect. Don’t they want to catch him?

    Under German privacy laws his full name and picture have not been released.

    The British media release identity and photos.

    First picture of Berlin Christmas market truck attack suspect as police reveal they are hunting ‘dangerous’ Tunisian man.
    The man, who has been identified as Anis Amri, is thought to be 24 years old and from the city of Tataouine.
    This is the man thought to be at the centre of an international manhunt after a lorry ploughed through a Christmas market in Berlin leaving 12 dead and dozens more injured.

    The Tunisian man – identified as Anis Amri – is reportedly dangerous and part of a large Islamist terror network.

    The suspect is said to have received permission to stay in Germany in April and was being monitored by the authorities.

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