Abdullah El-Hamahmy said Monday in police custody to have “acted of its own accord,” and not to be controlled by the group islamic State (EI).
Abdullah El-Hamahmy, the presumed author of the attack against the military patrol at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, has been put in review, Friday, February 10, for attempted murder in connection with a terrorist undertaking, said the Agency France-Presse (AFP), a justice source.
This one Egyptian guy 29 years old, severely wounded by gunfire response of the military during his attack, has been notified of the review by a judge of anti-terrorism at the european hospital Georges Pompidou in Paris, where he is being treated. A judge will rule on his pretrial detention at a later time.
During his hearing Monday, Abdallah El-Hamahmy explained not having wanted to take it out on the military, but have had the intention to carry out an action strongly symbolic against France.
there is No trace of allegiance
he says He simply wanted to ” bear in any material prejudice to the Louvre, because it is a symbol of France, “ in taguant ” a table, or a wall (…) to protest against the policy of France in Syria “, and claims that its machetes were to be used to ” protection “.
A version elsewhere that is inconsistent with his behavior on Friday morning, when he had arrived on the scene, a machete in each hand, sinking towards the military patrol shouting ” Allahu akbar ! “.
If it agrees to adhere to the ideology of the organization islamic State (EI), he claims to have acted on his own initiative. No trace of allegiance or claim has not been found.
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