On April 23, at the Rambouillet police station, the digital traces of the assassination of a police officer showed that a male radical who focused on religion, political Islam, and was sensitive to “Islamophobia” and conspiracy theories.
The 36-year-old Tunisian Jamel G. arrived in France illegally in 2009 and has been holding a temporary residence permit since December 28, 2020. What procedure was used to assassinate the administrative assistant of the Rambouillet (Yvelines) police station? April 23rd? What caused this pivotal delivery driver to suddenly fall into a fatal drift, which killed Stéphanie Monfeture, a 49-year-old mother who was stabbed twice in the abdomen and throat when she returned to work Times?
On Friday, the anti-terrorism prosecution agency launched an investigation, and the investigation quickly focused on the environment unknown to the intelligence services and the presence of the murderer. At a press conference on Sunday, April 25, the counter-terrorism prosecutor Jean-François Ricard pointed out that five of his relatives have been detained: his father was at a distance from the police station. Rambouillet, 4 kilometers away, contained him for many years. ; A couple with his administrative residence in Waldmarne; and his two cousins.
According to the initial investigation, free radicals appeared in Jamel G. “Somewhat suspicious”, Announcing the magistrate, while stating that there is “Some personality disorders”.Using the elements found in the search may yield other elements: phone “shattered” Especially the SD card was confiscated from his home. Investigators also analyzed the phones used by the murderers before they acted and acted on Facebook.
The development of its publications on the social network, world Studies have shown that she was full of religious beliefs when she arrived in France. If Jamel G. himself writes very little, he will share a lot of content. Over the years, religious references have gradually contaminated the entire space, until the fall of 2020, when the history professor Samuel Paty was assassinated a few days after he was assassinated, and the debate about the prophet comics once again made the Muslim circle. Catch fire.
In his first publications, prayer and Koranic text were rubbed with harmless travel photos, comedian videos and rap clips. But Jamel G. is also interested in politics. He followed the Arab Spring in Tunisia and in 2012 expressed his support for the conservative Islamic party Ennardha, which came to power the previous year. Then, his view of society seems to be through political Islam, not through its violent version: jihad. He also conveyed a post in the same year condemning the attack in the name of the prophet’s defense.
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