According to investigators, a Belgian researcher working at a nuclear power plant has been under video surveillance by the terrorists.
Investigators in Belgium have recently come across hours of videotapes of a senior nuclear scientist. The footage was found in the home of one of the terrorists behind the Paris terror.
The recordings were made outside the researcher's home, and is clearly filmed without his knowledge.
It is believed that this was yet another plan by the group that killed 130 people in Paris on Friday the 13th November last year.
The footage was reportedly part of an extensive investigation to prevent a major attack against a nuclear plant in Belgium, reports the Belgian newspaper La derniere heure.
The footage was found in connection with a major investigation after the Paris terror, but neither prosecutors or investigators will reveal the nuclear scientist's identity for obvious security reasons.
According to the newspaper, the camera was placed in some bushes outside the nuclear scientist's house, and the footage has a total recording time of approximately ten hours.
The recordings are not timestamped, and therefore it is unclear when the footage was made. The investigation continues in Belgium.
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