The elusive third man, seen wearing a hat and pushing a cart through Brussels airport along with the other two self-detonating Muslim mass murderers, is now in custody.
Mohamed Abrini has confessed to being the man authorities have been searching for in connection with the Islamic terrorist attack of March 22 in Belgium, which struck the airport as well as a rail station not far from European Union headquarters.
On Sunday, Belgium's federal prosecutor said that Abrini had "confessed his presence at the crime scene."
"He explained having thrown away his vest in a garbage bin and having sold his hat afterwards," the prosecutor added in an emailed statement.
The prosecutor's office earlier had confirmed Abrini has been charged with "terrorist murders" and participating in a terror group in relation to the Paris terror attacks last November.
However, it was not immediately clear if Abrini's alleged confession meant he would face further charges.
That is one cool customer: I mean, what amount of money can one get for a used cloth hat that would make it worth the additional risk of selling it, rather than just tossing it in the bin?
(This is oddly similar to the way the original WTC bombers in 1993 where identified: They actually tried to get back their deposit on the van they destroyed...) But that deposit was $400. How much can a used cloth hat be worth in Brussels?)
This is said to be a video of Abrini's arrest:
* Another man has been brought into custody who was a member of Sharia For Belgium, an Islamic supremacist group determined to make Belgium a sharia complaint state and part of the global Caliphate.