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Decapitated professor: the details of the anti-terrorism prosecutor

2020-10-17T14:28:11.912Z

The anti-terrorism public prosecutor said on Saturday, October 17 that the text of the claim and the photograph of the dead victim were found in the attacker's phone.



After the beheading of a professor on Friday October 16, in front of the college where he was teaching in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, the anti-terrorism prosecutor, Jean-François Ricard, took stock of the investigation, during a press conference, Saturday, October 17, “

given the gravity of the facts and their immense impact.

"

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The prosecutor confirmed that the neutralized individual Abdulakh A. was born in Moscow in 2002 and is Russian of Chechen origin.

He “

enjoyed refugee status and was unknown to the intelligence services.

The assailant had a "

residence permit issued on March 4 and validated until March 2030.

" He lived in Evreux and enjoyed "

refugee status."

"Before attacking the professor, the young Chechen"

asked students to point out the victim to him.

At the time of his neutralization, he fired at the police.

Then he was shot dead by the police, 9 times.

A Twitter account has been identified by the police forces whose owner is Abdoulakh A.

This account, now suspended, was used to claim responsibility for the attack on behalf of al-Ansar and “

Allah the Merciful

”.

He released the head of the beheaded professor and named it after him, minutes after the drama.

The message also called out to "

Macron, the leader of the infidels

" "

I executed one of your hellhounds, who dared to belittle Mohammad

", he wrote.

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"

The investigations were able to confirm that it was indeed an account belonging to the author of the facts

", declared Jean-François Ricard during a press conference.

The first use of the attacker's phone "

made it possible to find in the notepad the text of the claim, recorded at 12:17 p.m. as well as the photograph of the deceased victim, time-stamped at 4:57 p.m.

", he added.

Source: lefigaro

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