WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Berlin truck killer Anis Amri is pictured lying dead after gun battle in Milan
Four-day hunt came to an end when he was shot dead after a gunfight with two patrol officers in Milan, Italy
Amri shot one officer and screamed 'Allahu Akbar' and 'police b******s' as he was gunned down at 3am today
ISIS release video showing him pledging allegiance to terror group and vowing to 'slaughter infidels like pigs'
Chilling footage has been released of Berlin truck terrorist Anis Amri pledging allegiance to ISIS in a video released just hours after he was gunned down in a dramatic shoot-out with Italian police.
The Tunisian, on the run for four days after murdering 12 people in a lorry attack in Berlin, rants about 'crusader' airstrikes and vows to 'slaughter infidels like pigs' in the two-minute clip, published by Islamic State's news agency Amaq.
Speaking on a bridge in the north of the city, Amri can be seen wearing a dark jacket and with headphones in his ears as he warns 'infidels' he will 'hunt them down' and pledges allegiance to ISIS founder Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Hours before the video emerged, he was shot dead in Milan having pulled a gun from his backpack and screamed 'Allahu Akbar' as he shot at two police officers carrying out a routine ID check.
The 24-year-old ISIS fanatic was stopped after arriving in the suburb of Sesto San Giovanni in the northern Italian city of Milan at about 3am local time.
Two officers asked him for ID documents, at which point Amri 'immediately' pulled a gun from his backpack and shouted 'police b******s' as he shot one in the shoulder.
A firefight ensued with Amri cowering behind a car as he tried to flee, but the extremist was shot and killed by the second officer – a trainee who had only been in the job a few months. Witnesses said the two policemen had then crouched over Amri in a bid to keep him alive, but the Tunisian died after ten minutes.
ISIS news outlet Amaq today confirmed Amri's death - and that he carried out the market massacre in Germany.
Security chiefs believe Amri, who used at least six different aliases with three nationalities, was trying to flee to southern Italy where he had entered Europe illegally in 2011.
Police, who had received a tip-off Europe's most wanted man may have been in the city, approached Amri because they were suspicious that anyone was at the station at 3am.
The terminal had earlier been closed for the night and officials are trying to work out whether he may in fact have arrived in the suburb, north of the city, by bus.
When the patrol approached him, he said he had no ID papers, no phone and just a small pocket knife. But he then pulled a 22 calibre pistol from his backpack and shot one of the two police officers, Christian Movio, 36, in the shoulder.
Amri ran for cover and cowered behind a car in a piazza near the station before being shot dead by trainee officer Luca Scata, 29, who had only been in the job for nine months.
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