Friday, January 23, 2015

Attacks: Amedy Coulibaly secretly buried in the cemetery at Thiais – Le Parisien

Attacks: Amedy Coulibaly secretly buried in the cemetery at Thiais – Le Parisien

23 Jan 2015 11:50 |. Update: 23 Jan 2015, 12:44

. Amedy Coulibaly, author of the attack in the Hyper store Hide the door of Vincennes, was buried Friday in the Muslim section of the cemetery at Thiais (Val-de-Marne), one of the largest in the capital .

The body “left the forensic institute in Paris in the early morning,” said a police source in site. A second police source said he was buried at about 6 am, in the Muslim section of the cemetery at Thiais.

His grave is anonymous, like those of Kouachi brothers, the authors of the attack against Charlie Hebdo. “Some members” of the family of Amedy Coulibaly, only boy in a family of ten children, were present, said a police source. “But there was none of the Grande Borne”, the area deemed difficult to Grigny (Essonne), where it originates. A large police had been put in place for the burial, the source said.

The service cemeteries of the city of Paris, to which the cemetery Thiais, confirmed it had been “seized Thursday Afternoon of a request for concession and burial for Amedy Coulibaly, the family of the deceased. ” The city said it had agreed to this request, in accordance with the law, according to which “the grave in a cemetery of a joint is due to dead people on its territory, regardless of their home.” Jihadist was killed on 9 January in Paris, Porte de Vincennes, in the twentieth arrondissement, during the police assault that followed her hostage in a kosher supermarket.

Mali had Tuesday refused at the last moment to welcome the remains of the terrorist, without explanation to his refusal.

Said Sharif and Kouachi responsible for the deadly attack against Charlie Hebdo, were buried on the week -end where they last resided. Municipalities Gennevilliers and Reims demanded anonymity to prevent their graves becoming a “place of pilgrimage”

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