The Paris attacker “confesses” to his crime on Twitter

The Paris attacker “confesses” to his crime on Twitter
The Paris attacker “confesses” to his crime on Twitter
The Moscow-born attacker was shot dead by police after killing him History teacher Samuel Patti (47 years) in broad daylight, suburb Conflans Saint Honorine Friday.

Reuters quoted Ricard as saying that a picture of the teacher’s body, which the attacker posted on Twitter, was found accompanied by a message admitting to his death on a phone next to his body after police killed him. He added that the account belonged to the attacker.

Twitter quickly deleted the post and said it closed the account for violating company policy. According to Reuters.

Ricard said during a press conference that the attacker, who was of Chechen origin, was living in the town of Evers, northwest of Paris, and was not known by the intelligence services.

The prosecutor confirmed that the police were holding nine people in connection with the attack.

The murder shocked the country and brought to mind the attack on the headquarters of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo five years ago.

Police sources said that four relatives of the attacker, including a minor, were arrested in the hours following the attack.

Police also arrested five others during the night, including two parents of students at the College de Bois de Lone school, which the teacher was working on.

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