The French counter-terrorism prosecutor on Thursday confirmed that seven people, including two schoolchildren, were charged with terrorism after 18-year-old Abdullakh Anjorov killed the teacher with a 30-cm knife on Friday.
Petty, 47, was posthumously awarded France’s highest honor Legion d’Honneur at a ceremony at the Sorbonne University on Wednesday. Emanuel Macron said that France called it a “quiet hero …” to continue its fight for freedom and fight.
The Le Parisien newspaper reported that Anzorov had contact with an as-yet unidentified Russian-speaking jihadist in Syria, located via an IP address that reverted to Idlib, a jihadist hold in northwestern Syria.
FranceInfoTV said that the killer, who arrived in France at the age of six with his Chechen parents and was allowed asylum and residence until 2030, first made contact with the jihadist in September this year via Instagram Was established.
In an audio message in Russian, Anjorov said that he had “avenged the prophet” after the murder, which Patty portrayed “disrespectfully”. In reference to the Quran and the Islamic State, he said: “Brothers, pray that Allah accepts me as a martyr.”
The message, received and translated by Agnes France-Presse, was published in a video with two tweets showing one of the victim’s head and the other in which Azorov confessed to the murder. Shortly thereafter, he was shot by the police.
The six people charged Wednesday night in the terrorist killing were two students, ages 14 and 15, who were part of a group outside the school who asked the killer, € 300 or more, to identify the teacher, prosecutor, Jean-François € 350 accepted. Record, said.
Two of Enzorov’s friends, aged 18 and 19, were charged with the same crime, one after allegedly driving him to school 20 miles northwest of Paris in Conflance-Sante-Honoraine, and another After helping him buy a weapon. A third charges less.
Charged with complicity in the murder of a terrorist, Patty’s father is Brahim Si, the father of a disciple who started a social media campaign against the teacher even though his daughter was not in the text concerned, and an Islamist fundamentalist named Abdelim Seiroui Was online outrage on Facebook and YouTube.
Rickard said there was “a direct link to the work-cause” between the actions and murder of Brahim Si and Seiroui. There was evidence that the killer was “directly inspired” by her social media posts, which were found to have verbatim notes on her phone.
Patty showed cartoons and cartoons of other subjects as part of a discussion on free speech, as well as images of Muhammad in the classroom, after asking any of the pupils who feared they might turn away from him if they wanted Can.
Caricature magazine was part of a series published by Charlie Hebdo that led to a fatal attack on its offices five years ago in which 12 people were killed.
The assassination of Patty has shaken France and attacked Islamic extremism. Police have raided dozens of suspected extremists and Islamist groups, two of which have already been disbanded and several are likely to follow. A mosque near Paris is to be closed for six months.