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Tapped phone calls led police to believe that Benladghem was on his way to Brussels where he was about to embark on a sustained series of terror attacks across Europe.
Among the items found in his apartment were an MP5 submachine gun, used by special forces soldiers around the world, an M-16 type automatic rifle and a Kalashnikov AK47 with folding stock and a pump action shotgun.
Alongside hundreds of rounds of ammunition, Benladghem had kept a flak jacket with dozens of spare magazines, a helmet with attached night-vision goggles.
There were also vicious barbed staples for use in a range of anti personnel devices as well as food rations and medical equipment. Police had feared the apartment had been booby trapped.