Stop in France: a suspect remains silent
Yassin S. sits in custody, he allegedly committed in France the attack on a gas plant and beheaded his boss. Many questions remain unanswered – about whether S. had accomplices. The suspect remains silent.
A quick overview
This has happened:
An assassin killed, beheaded and triggered an explosion at a gas plant in eastern France Saint-Quentin-Fallavier a Man, The alleged main perpetrator is caught. He is said to have links with Salafist organizations. The victim is apparently to his boss. Another alleged main perpetrator was also arrested, as well as several suspected supporters. The government increased security measures massively.
Assassination: As the attack proceeded? Reactions: horror and sorrow in Europe Details: What is known about the perpetrators.spHtmlbox.faktenundlinks.faktenundlinks.spAssetHdln. faktenundlinks li Until last Friday was Saint-Quentin-Fallavier no more than one of these many sleepy communities that exist throughout France. 6000 people live here. On a Saturday afternoon the men usually sit in front of the Bar’ Le drink’ on the forecourt of City Hall. They know each other, you drink a beer together. But the attack on the gas plant has made the coastal village in Isère near Lyon a place of horror.
About 200 people have gathered on this Saturday in front of the town hall. MPs and residents have agreed to a minute of silence for the head of the company, who had been beheaded on the premises of the gas station in the village.
minute of silence in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier: mourn the CEO
After a minute, the group sings powerfully the Marseillaise, France’s national anthem. It shall be a sign: We will not let it get to us, we are not afraid.’ I am for my freedom come here, “said Murielle S. The elderly woman holds a red rose in her hand and wearing a sign:’ Liberte’ written on it, along with a red heart
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Murielle S. had tinkered the poster after the attacks on the editors of Charlie Hebdo in January.’ It’s sad that I have to bring out there again. But we must do something. We are a liberal country, and must remain so’, she says. When she heard about the attack on the gas plant, they were shocked:’? In our small community’
Policemen and soldiers protect chemical and nuclear power plants
‘ Only Paris, now here’, says another resident. For many, the threat of terror suddenly feels close to, visible, larger and more frightening than in the faraway capital.
‘ to live for several years with a permanent threat, is very difficult for a society’, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said on Saturday in front of the press.’ The question is not whether there will be a new attack, but when.’
Since the morning he is sitting together in a crisis meeting in Йlysee Palace with President Francois Hollande and other ministers. A lot of them have not yet given up on the ongoing investigation. In the region Rhфne – Alpes all weekend applies the highest security level. Thousands of police and soldiers are on duty to protect risky industrial plants. In the region there are several chemical companies and three nuclear power plants.’ We must keep a clear head’, Valls said.
Since the assassination of Charlie Hebdo, the government has taken some steps in the fight against terrorism. 500 new posts in the police force should be created per year and in January an additional 1,500 in the authorities which are subordinate to the Interior Ministry.
Yassin S. is said to have beheaded his boss
233 million Euro will make free to strengthening internal security in the next three years the government. This allow it, those to be monitored better, who are active in the social networks and to prepare for potential terrorist attacks, said the Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve. Phone calls of suspected terrorists could be monitored continuously and connections to middlemen be uncovered.
p Yassin sitting still in custody in Lyon. With investigators he apparently not yet spoken. He had acted as a suicide bomber, citing the regional newspaper’ Dauphine Libere’ a source close to investigators circles:’ His act was premeditated and well organized. He has staged the beheading – uses a downright psychological weapon – and is thus followed the guidelines of the’ Islamic State’.’
The 35 -year-old family man was fired on the premises of Air Products in a warehouse with gas cylinders, filled with acetone. The subsequent explosion tore off the roof of the warehouse. The summoned firefighters surprised Yassin S. probably there when he tried to open more gas cylinders by hand. The encounter between him and the firefighters ran out loud’ Dauphine Libere’ violent.
Members should give insight into radicalization
Later, the forces at work discovered the fence cut off a man’s head, along with a black and a white banner with Arabic script. This is according to public prosecutor to the creed of Islam. Shortly before Yassin S. had raced in the bottle storage, he probably had beheaded his head and fastened his head on the fence.
Investigators are now trying to figure out exactly how the attack proceeded: What time Yassin S. has arrived with the shipping company? When he’s broken with his boss at Air Products? Exactly how it has come to explode?
The police will have to also examine whether there were accomplices. Although the attack has gone according to prosecutor by a single person. But where the knife comes with the Yassin S. His sacrifice has beheaded allegedly, is unclear. From sister and wife to the investigators clues
hope about his radicalization.