Saturday, June 27, 2015

Attack in Isère. Salhi sent a selfie with the head of the victim – Ouest-France

The suspect in the bombing in Isère sent a macabre selfie with the decapitated head of his victim, do we learned Saturday as relatives of the contractor gathered in silent emotion.

Yassin Sahli Friday that caused an explosion at a chemical plant in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier where he worked and where was found the decapitated remains of Hervé Cornara should go 96 hours in custody, time allowed for terrorism.

If there is no suggestion that he was accompanied by an accomplice on Friday the attack site, investigators try to identify possible accomplices, France and abroad.

This selfie was notably sent to a Canadian number-has been learned from sources close to the case, even if the location of the contact is not established, this number can be a simple relay before rebounding to another destination. There is no particular say that this contact would be in Syria.

His wife and his sister into custody

Yassin Salhi was quickly arrested Friday morning before Lyon hospitalized and placed in custody in the evening, according to several sources.

His wife and sister were still in custody Saturday afternoon.

The autopsy of the victim, scheduled for Saturday, is expected to know whether the beheading has taken place post-mortem, said a source familiar with the matter.

“We have no words”

The wife of the leader Corporate murdered had seen for the last time shortly after 7 am in their 30 Chassieu transport company, in the Rhone. She then crossed Salhi before finding that her husband was no longer in the business, according to a source familiar with the matter, confirming a report by M6. “We have no words” . A silent crowd gathered in St-Quentin, about thirty kilometers south-east of Lyon. It is in the industrial area of ​​this quiet town was the site of the unthinkable.

“It is unheard of decapitating a man twenty-first century. We, what we as a weapon to fight this? Being here together “ said Philippe Ouastani.

Man “affectionate, generous”

A few dozen kilometers, in Fontaines-sur- Saône, where lived Hervé Cornara describes this man of 54 years old, married and father of a son of twenty years, as a type “affectionate, generous” , engaged in life this bars HLM neighborhood. His mother, 87, still lives in one of its towers.

In Paris, a new Cabinet meeting was chaired by late morning Francois Hollande at the Elysee Palace in the presence of Head of Government, Manuel Valls, who cut short his visit to South America.

The French company, whose resistance is “tested” with this new attack “despicable” and “worrying” must “be strong in its values” , called Manuel Valls on arrival at Orly.

Plan vigipirate

The program of the Council also included Tunisia, as thousands of foreign tourists were eager to leave Saturday after a massacre in a hotel claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group that killed 38 people, including several British. According to the Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, “no French victim” has been identified “at this stage” .

As a result of the attack in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, Vigipirate was raised in the Rhône-Alpes region at “attack alert” for three days, strengthening surveillance at stations, airports, shopping centers, industrial sites and three nuclear power plants in the region.

If the time for the attack in Isère has not been claimed, the presence of flags on which were written the Islamic profession of faith surrounding the head of the victim hanging the speaker mesh plant, recalls the macabre scene set Islamic State Group (EI), which, on the same day, claimed the attack of Sousse.

Fiché from 2006 to 2008 by the intelligence services to radicalization, Yassin Salhi, from Doubs, freshly arrived in Saint-Priest in the Lyon area, was again spotted between 2011 and 2014 for its links with the Lyon Salafist movement.

It was radicalized in Pontarlier (Doubs) in the early 2000s at the touch of a man suspected of plotting with al Qaeda militants attacks Indonesia, are we learned Saturday from corroborating sources.


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