There is a certain place in hell for animals like this.
Dhuhulow named as Norway’s Westgate killer
Published: 18 Oct 2013 07:40 GMT+02:00
The Norwegian citizen under investigation by intelligence agency PST for his role in last month’s attack on Kenya’s Westgate shopping centre has been named by the BBC’s Newsnight programme as Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow.
Dhuhulow, 23, was born in Somalia, only moving to the town of Larvik as a refugee in 1999, when he was ten years old.
Relatives told the BBC that he had left Somalia in 2009, since when the only contact they had had had been through occasional phone calls.
“I don’t know what I feel or think,” one of Dhululow’s relatives told the programme, speaking anonymously. “If it is him, he must have been brainwashed.”
Morten Henriksen, a former neighbour of the family in Larvik, remembered Dhuhulow as a troubled teenager.
“He was pretty extreme, didn’t like life in Norway… got into trouble, fights, his father was worried,” Mr Henriksen said.
When the BBC showed him CCTV footage of the four Kenya attackers, he said that the one dressed in a black shirt and khaki trousers (pictured above) could have been Dhuhulow.