“Attack them. Kill them en masse”.
Petitjean left a airfield in Apr and in Jun was held by Turkish comprehension services as he attempted to get into Syria to couple adult with ISIS.
The perpetrators of a attack, Adel Kermiche, 19, and Abdel Malik Petitjean, also 19, were shot passed by military after a deadlock during a church on Tuesday.
A 19-year-old male was charged with “criminal swindling with terrorists” and sealed adult over a video on a mobile phone military detected during his home, a legal source said.
Last Friday there was a warning that he was behind in France and prepared to strike.
The French supervision has come underneath escalated inspection during a past month over purported confidence failings that might have contributed to a Jul 14 lorry electrocute in Nice that killed 84.
After November’s IS conflict on Paris in that 130 were murdered, one of perpetrators slipped by military roadblocks.
“Petitjean had no difficulty removing by a military review and psychological evaluation”, a source told a paper.
“He was deliberate to be a hard-working, accessible immature male who did not poise any risk to passengers or others regulating a airport”.
A militant concerned in a heartless murdering of an aged clergyman affianced to conflict France in a newly expelled video, as Catholic bishops called for a day of request in a republic jarred by a latest assault.
Wearing a white-and-green top, he spoke to a camera in French with Arabic subtitles.
“Go out with a knife, whatever is needed”. He directly addressed French President Francois Hollande and Prime Minister Manuel Valls, observant that France would “suffer” during a hands of ISIS-inspired extremists.
The dual jihadists were shown pledging devotion to a Islamic State organisation in a video done before they stormed a church in a Normandy city of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray Tuesday and cut a throat of Jacques Hamel, an 86-year-old clergyman during a altar.
The decider had to take a “different, case-by-case, approach”, Valls said, while acknowledging a “failure” of a diseased bail conditions.
But Petitjean’s sister and a crony were expelled after military pronounced they were not implicated.