France confirms the Russian origin of the murderer's decapitated teacher

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France confirms the Russian origin of the murderer's decapitated teacher

The identity of the young man who killed and beheaded the history teacher in the Val-d'Oise department near Paris has been fully established and confirmed. On Saturday, October 17, Le Figaro reports with reference to the French anti-terrorist prosecutor's office.

According to the head of the department, Jean-Francois Ricard, the killer's name was Abdulak Abuezidovich A. He was a Chechen by nationality and was born in Moscow on March 12, 2002.

RIA Novosti also notes that the terrorist had refugee status in France. They found a residence permit issued on March 4 this year.

Earlier it was reported that four people were detained in the criminal case of the murder of a history teacher. It is clarified that they were all close friends of the terrorist, among them there are also relatives of the young man.

In addition, it became known that the terrorist was registered on Twitter under the nickname Tchetchene_270. After the attack on the teacher, he published a photo of the severed head on his social network account and turned to French President Emmanuel Macron, stating that he “executed the teacher who dared to humiliate the Prophet Muhammad.”

According to the French President, the murder of a history teacher can be considered a terrorist attack. According to him, the teacher died for “teaching children freedom of speech, freedom to believe or not to believe.”

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