A 36 year old man in connection with the author of the Nice attack, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, was indicted and jailed today in the investigation into the killings which made 84 deaths, according to the prosecution of paris.
Z. Hamdi was indicted for “criminal association in relation to a criminal terrorist enterprise” and remanded in custody, said the prosecutor. The suspect was in contact with Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel “for at least a year” before the jihadist attack on 14 July, according to a source close to the investigation. It also appears in a selfie taken a few days before the attack by the killer before the truck launched into the crowd on the evening of the national holiday.
This is the sixth person indicted in the investigation into the attack claimed by the Islamic State group that has 84 dead and over 300 injured in Nice.
According to the Paris prosecutor Francois Molins, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel benefited from support and complicity in the preparation and the completion of his act he seems to have matured for several months.
“Attack of Nice: the killer” has received support and complicity “