(ANSA) - PARIS, OCTOBER 21 - Seven people will be brought today before a French anti-terrorism judge for the opening of a judicial investigation and possible indictments after the murder of Professor Samuel Paty, beheaded by a young man of Chechen origins after showing caricatures of Muhammad in the classroom.
Among these seven people are two minors suspected of having received money from the attacker in exchange for information about the victim, the parent of the student who launched the mobilization against the professor, the Islamist activist Abdelhakim Sefrioui and three friends of the attacker suspected of having helped him in the purchase. of a weapon.
Instead, the pre-trial detention for nine other people was revoked.
Among these are three students;
the killer's parents, grandfather and little brother;
Sefrioui's partner, as well as a man already convicted of terrorism and who was in contact with the aggressor.