REPLAY. Charlie Hebdo attacks and Hypercacher in Paris: three arrests in the Montargois (15.3.2016)
They are not implicated in the case at this stage of the investigation.
Among the arrested included a man already known to the court. Stéphane Hadoux, 47, was sentenced in October 2008 to three years in prison, including 18 months suspended, at the trial of Safe Bourada whose group Ansar al-Fath (Partisans of conquest) was suspected to plan attacks in France .
Investigators were questioning Stéphane Hadoux including its links Amédy Coulibaly, who killed January 8, 2015 police in Montrouge, near Paris, and on 9, four people in Hypercacher of the Porte de Vincennes in Paris.
He was arrested with his son and his wife Tuesday in Montargis and Villemandeur by the Anti-Terrorism Sub-Directorate (SDAT) and the judicial police of Orleans. A fourth person arrested Wednesday was also released.
What is being reproached Montargois? “No precise, provides M th Antoine AUSSEDAT, his lawyer, who points out that the detention of his client is also not gone after 96 hours possible on terrorism. He never challenged Amedy Coulibaly know, but it was a family relationship (note: the companion of Stéphane Hadoux was raised with that of Amedy Coulibaly, Hayat Boumedienne, today one in Syria) and he did the has not seen more than 4 or 5 times. However, he has never had any connection with Sharif Kouachi: I do not know where that came from, maybe a listening history in 2010 in the case Belkacem. “
At the time, the name of Stéphane Hadoux had been cited in the investigation of the escape plan of the author of the 1995 attacks.
The Parisian lawyer also points out that his client is no longer under house arrest since February. “The arrest was lifted without also that explains why. He discovered one day from pointing to the police. “
“It is never radicalized” pleads M th AUSSEDAT, despite the condemnation of Stéphane Hadoux in 2008 to 18 months in prison, Islamist terrorism case.
“He lives very badly that his name be routinely made headlines. Today he would be forgotten! “