Skip to Content

Eric Zemmour on CNews. Screenshot from YouTube

Nice attack: Photo of Samuel Paty’s killer found on jihadist’s phone

French anti-terrorism prosecutors found not only photos of the killer of the French teacher Samuel Paty, but also found “photographs relating to” the Islamic State (ISIS).

Published: November 14, 2020, 9:16 am

    Read more


    The investigation is progressing at a very slow pace with regard to Brahim A, the French daily Le Figaro explained. And the notion of a “lone wolf” attack is no longer feasible.

    The authorities found a photograph of Abdoullakh Anzorov – the Islamist who beheaded the teacher Samuel Paty on October 16 in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine – on the phone of the author of the knife attack on the Notre-Dame basilica in Nice.

    As a reminder, Brahim A is still in a coma after receiving several bullets from the police who were trying to arrest him. The individual, originally from Tunisia, arrived on French soil only two days before carrying out his terrorist attack in Nice, thanks to being transported by a German NGO posing as a migrant taxi in the Mediterranean.

    An audio message qualifying France as a “land of disbelievers” was also found on the phone of this assailant who left three dead and fifteen wounded in Nice on October 29. Investigators also got their hands on “photographs related” to the Islamic State group, revealed the National Anti-terrorism Prosecutor’s Office on Friday, November 13.

    They therefore opened a judicial investigation for “assassinations and attempted assassinations in connection with a terrorist enterprise”.

    To date, the investigation has mobilized more than 200 people and has been entrusted to investigating judges, reported Le Figaro. Since the Nice attack, eleven individuals have been placed in police custody but released “without prosecution”.

    This prompted French CNews commentator Eric Zemmour to denounce the left-leaning judiciary: “We must cut down the power of judges who have hijacked the sovereignty of the people and [we must] resort to referendums, especially on immigration.”

    Consider donating to support our work

    Help us to produce more articles like this. FreeWestMedia is depending on donations from our readers to keep going. With your help, we expose the mainstream fake news agenda.

    Keep ​your language polite​. Readers from many different countries visit and contribute to Free West Media and we must therefore obey the rules in​,​ for example​, ​Germany. Illegal content will be deleted.

    If you have been approved to post comments without preview from FWM, you are responsible for violation​s​ of​ any​ law. This means that FWM may be forced to cooperate with authorities in a possible crime investigation.

    If your comments are subject to preview ​by FWM, please be patient. We continually review comments but depending on the time of day it can take up to several hours before your comment is reviewed.

    We reserve the right to del​ete​ comments that are offensive, contain slander or foul language, or are irrelevant to the discussion.


    Greece’s controversial method of discouraging illegal migrants

    AthensGreece has introduced a controversial method to counter and deter large numbers of illegal migrants trying to reach Europe, according to an organization working to increase mass immigration. With the help of masked commandos, the illegal migrants are towed back to Turkey and left there.

    German PEI report fuels fear of long-term vaccine damage

    Thrombosis, cerebral haemorrhage, heart attacks, facial paralysis and more: the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI) in Germany has reported almost 5000 suspected serious side effects and 524 deaths after Covid-19 vaccinations. However, the unknown long-term consequences may be much more dangerous than we think.

    Nothing to laugh about in German professional sport

    Some days ago, German soccer team FC Nürnberg refused to hire Maximilian Knauer as the coach of its U17s because he is said to have placed smileys in the wrong place on WhatsApp. Now the Former Arsenal and Germany goalkeeper Jens Lehmann has been dismissed from the supervisory board of Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin because the German goalkeeper legend smiled virtually.

    In Hungary there are more vaccines than people wanting them

    BudapestAt the end of April, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced that there were now more vaccines available than people wanting them. Hungary is the only such state in Europe.

    Another jihadist deemed ‘criminally irresponsible’ for professor’s murder

    ParisA former student, of Pakistani origin, had fatally stabbed this teacher in front of the Leonardo da Vinci university in the suburbs of the city of Paris in December 2018.

    Swiss town finds new solution against beggars

    BaselThe city of Basel offers a travel voucher to beggars who, in exchange, undertake not to return to the city for at least a certain period of time under penalty of permanent expulsion from the country.

    Rambouillet terrorist was regularized without any scrutiny

    RambouilletIn the wake of the murder of Samuel Paty, the Tunisian jihadist involved in the Rambouillet beheading wrote on Facebook: “O Muslims, now we will respond to the insults from France.” Two months later, he obtained his residence permit.

    Isaac Newton becomes the latest victim of ‘decolonisation’

    SheffieldSir Isaac Newton's historical legacy amounts to “colonial-era activity” and must be scrapped to “decolonise” the engineering curriculum at Sheffield University in the UK.

    Left-wing German politician exposed as possible link to hammer gang

    KasselWith its special edition “Antifa - The underground leftist power”, COMPACT, a conservative German magazine has stirred up a hornets' nest. A left-wing politician even wants to have journalistic research banned.

    Nigerian mafia groups have infiltrated Germany

    BerlinA confidential report by the German Federal Intelligence Service (BND), revealed how the Nigerian mafia has taken root to establish itself in Germany through the influx of migrants. There are now several different Mafia groups operating in Germany.

    Go to archive