Tuesday, 28 May 2013

French Authorities Have Film Clearly Showing Face of Jihadist Who Attacked French Soldier But Refuse to Publish It

The video appears to suggest that the Paris attack could be inspired by the Islamist murder of a British serviceman in London.

Anti-terrorism investigators now say they have "high quality images" of a "tall, athletic bearded man" aged about 30, possibly of North African origin, praying near the spot where he attacked the 23-year-old soldier from behind with a knife or a box-cutter on Saturday. He then fled into a crowded train station and is still at large.

"He was filmed praying near where the attack took place. After the attack he can be seen leaving the shopping centre of La Défense (business district)," a source close the investigation told Le Parisien.
Source: Telegraph

This article in Le Figaro says the images clearly show the man's face and that they have been distributed to the intelligence services involved in monitoring radical Muslims. But why not publish them so that neighbours and passers-by could help with the search? Obviously because they fear it would generate negative feelings about Muslims. As in so many rape cases in Europe now, where authorities refuse to publish descriptions of the third-world attackers, the government is yet again playing politics with the lives of Europeans. Maintaining support for their mad project of repopulating Europe with Asians and Africans is more important to them than protecting their own people.

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