“I have not committed any crime while performing my duty,” with this phrase, the French history and geography teacher, Samuel Batti, who was killed by an extremist, responded on Friday to allegations accusing him of showing pornographic images to his students, which he denied when he was interrogated at the police station.
The phrase he conveyed from the interrogation report signed “France TVIt goes back four days before the incident of his slaughter, for which the world shook, and it is tantamount to a “clearance,” according to the website.
A judicial source said that seven people will appear Wednesday before a French investigative judge specializing in anti-terrorism issues in preparation for opening a lawsuit and possible charges against them in the crime that killed the teacher, Samuel Bate, who was slaughtered near Paris on Friday.
During his interrogation at Saint Honorine Police Station in Evelyn, on October 12th, about showing pornographic images during his teaching session, Samuel, who was a teacher at Bois Dolen College, said that the images that one of the students’ parents objected to are included in the moral and civic education lessons He presented it on the sixth of this month, denouncing the allegations of one of the studentss parents that it was “pornographic.”
The police summoned Samuel, after a complaint by the father of one of the students about “publishing pornographic images.”
His presentation of two caricatures of Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, previously published by Charlie Hebdos weekly, provoked the feelings of some of his eighth-grade students and their parents, to the point that the father of one of the students criticized the teacher strongly in a video clip.
In defense of himself, Samuel said, “I suggested to the students whether or not to see the drawings published by Charlie Hebdo because of what he might speak to their psyche, that’s all.” Then he continued, “I did not commit any crime while doing my duty.”
Samuel lied in front of the police, alleging that he asked Muslim students to leave class if they felt the drawings were bothering them. “I asked them to turn away if they were upset with the drawings for one reason or another, and I never asked the students about their religious beliefs and whether they were Muslims or not,” he said.
Samuel, who his colleagues described as deeply affected by the controversy surrounding his case, also provided unprecedented details that were later confirmed by the judicial investigation.
Samuel said that the student who complained to him said that he showed pictures on October 5th, but he showed the pictures on the 6th of the same month and the student was absent.
“I made up a story, its statement is false and aims to harm the image of the professor I represent, the college and the institution,” he said.
Investigations into the murder of history professor Samuel Patty by beheading in the suburbs of Paris showed that the perpetrator communicated with the father of a student who had launched a campaign against the teacher via the Internet, while the authorities decided to close a mosque near the French capital as part of their campaign against extremist Islam.
The police also heard the director of the institution, who accompanied the teacher on the day of his interrogation.
The principal said she supported the teacher’s statements and described the harmful atmosphere in the school, especially the threats against them, in the period leading up to the crime.
On Friday afternoon, Samuel Patty, a 47-year-old head of a family, was beheaded near a school where he was teaching history and geography in a quiet neighborhood in Conflans-Saint-Honorine, in the western suburbs of Paris. The police wanted the perpetrator of the crime, an 18-year-old Russian refugee of Chechen origin, Abdullah Anzurov.
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