Friday, December 30, 2016

Suspected of support of terrorism, an ex-internal medicine in Marseille is put in review – The World

Arrested in Turkey, the 29-year old man has been remanded in custody. He consulted sites and jihadists threatened on Twitter to commit terrorist attacks.

The suspect spent four days in pre-trial detention in the premises of the Sub-Directorate of the Anti-Terrorist Fight in Levallois-Perret.

Deported from Turkey on 25 December, a former internal hospital of la Timone in Marseille has been indicted and jailed Thursday 29 December. He is suspected of support of terrorism and that he wanted to make in the area, iraqi-syrian, according to a justice source.

Amine L., who was nicknamed ” Albistouri “ or ” Elbistouri “ on the Internet, was indicted for ” association of evildoers in relation with a terrorist enterprise ” criminal “ and placed in provisional detention in accordance with the requisitions of the parquet de Paris.

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at the Age of 29, he had been presented to a judge for anti-terrorism Thursday in the day after spending four days in police custody in the premises of the sub-directorate terrorism (SDAT), in Levallois-Perret (Hauts-de-Seine).

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The former intern, who worked for three years in the hospital services in marseille and had completed an internship in orthopaedic surgery at The Timone from march to October, is radicalized in contact with some members of the movement that is radical, has specified a source close to the investigation.

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The young man consults regularly sites jihadists and threatened on Twitter to commit attacks. This had been reported several times in 2015 to the authorities by internet users on the platform, Pharos, put in place to report illegal content on social networks.

Amine L. visited Turkey in October, where he was arrested a few days before Christmas. The investigators believe that he wanted to join the combat zone iraq-syria.


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