- Investigators found 12 hours of footage filmed by the jihadi cell in Brussels
- It included film of the Belgian nuclear power chief's home in Flanders
- The ISIS terrorists are believed to have wanted to kidnap him to gain entry
- It has now emerged the creators of the footage were the Bakraoui brothers
- The footage was seized following the Paris terror attacks in November
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The Brussels terrorists were preparing an attack on a nuclear power plant and had recorded 12 hours of reconnaissance footage, it has been reported.
The ISIS cell were spying on Belgium's nuclear power chief, possibly as part of a kidnap plan to force him to let them into an atomic facility, according to newspaper Derniere Heure.
Hours of film of the home of the Research and Development Director of the Belgian Nuclear Programme were discovered in an apartment in Brussels raided by anti-terrorist police following the attack in Paris.