Samuel Paty’s beheading: Students paid by terrorist to identify teacher
The investigation into the death of the teacher in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine reveals several disturbing elements.
Published: October 19, 2020, 1:04 pm
After the beheading of Samuel Paty in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, on Friday, one track in the investigation is currently being followed, according to French daily Le Monde.
The newspaper explained that on the Friday of the attack, Abdouallakh Anzorov arrived in front of the college in Bois-d’Aulne with two knives and an Airsoft-type handgun. He also carried several hundred euros that he offered to college students for information about Samuel Paty. “The money then circulated from hand to hand”, continued the daily. One of the students in question, aged 15, was taken into custody on Sunday for this very reason.
Le Monde has also reconstructed the journey of the 18-year-old refugee suspect, who had traveled by car to the Paris region. He is said to have traveled with two friends, who have since surrendered spontaneously to the police.
The newspaper also looked at the radicalization of Abdouallakh Anzorov, which two members of his family believe had happened within a period of six months to a year. He was only known to the police for acts of public vandalism and violence in assembly dating back to his days as a minor. He has not been convicted since then.
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