Canada Attack in Paris: the winding path of Hassan A., the main suspect
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According to new information gathered by "Liberation", the alleged assailant of rue Nicolas-Appert did not show any sign of radicalization this summer. In police custody, the young man of 18 seems to assume his act.
His profile is one of the most difficult to detect for the intelligence services. Having arrived in France in August 2018, Hassan A., the alleged perpetrator of, had never attracted the attention of anti-terrorism. Yet the first elements from his custody outline a premeditated and symbolic act, which Hassan A. moreover very quickly recognized, confused by his red sneakers. According to Le Parisien, he would have even carried out a location on rue Nicolas-Appert on Thursday evening, equipped with a bottle of White Spirit in order to start a fire. Was it the republication by Charlie Hebdo of the cartoons of Muhammad, during the opening on September 2 of the attacks, that convinced the young man to strike, this time with a chopper? According to a police source, this hypothesis is considered very probable, the assailant unaware that the satirical weekly had moved.
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Once again this summer, Hassan A. did not seem to raise the concern of the administrative and social services that took charge of him when he arrived in France. In this regard, Liberation was able to take note of items recorded in its follow-up file, recently updated by the Val-d'Oise department. Hassan A. was cared for there as an isolated minor, and as such had accommodation in a social hotel in Cergy. However, the young man, originally from Pakistan, came of age on August 10. A final assessment was therefore made, when closing his file and forwarding it to new institutions. Work that led to the following conclusion: no sign of radicalization.Shoe factory
One of the first challenges of the investigation is therefore to determine whether Hassan A. was operating in other spheres, steeped in radical ideology. Some time ago, the alleged assailant of rue Nicolas-Appert had established himself in an apartment in Pantin (Seine-Saint-Denis), in the company of five other men, born between 1983 and 1996, all currently in custody. on sight. Investigators also hear from a former roommate in Cergy, and analyze phones and computers seized during a search. They hope to identify the genesis of the passage to the act of Hassan A. who, according to our information, was to begin training in a few days at the CFA of Saint-Prix (Val-d'Oise). A source contacted by Liberation said he was "very surprised" by his "absolutely crazy gesture", even though he "very regularly revived the department of Val-d'Oise to obtain a professional project."
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Hassan A. left Pakistan in March 2017, with his younger brother, M. This Saturday afternoon, M., 16, also under the supervision of Social Assistance for Children (ASE), was at his turn arrested in a children's home of a social nature in Labbeville (Val d'Oise), and placed in police custody, as an acquaintance of the alleged assailant. According to information gathered by Liberation, the two brothers were born in Mandi Bahauddin, a town in an agricultural region of Pakistan, near Lahore. Coming from a large family, they left the home, run by their farmer father, and first came to Turkey. In Istanbul, they worked in a shoe factory, then returned to Western Europe in June 2018. Before reaching France, they passed through Italy.Authentic birth certificates
Upon their arrival, Hassan A. immediately raised the suspicion of Child Welfare, suspecting him of lying about his age, and of being of legal age. This type of case exists, but the birth certificates of the two brothers, recorded in the administrative file, seem very authentic. In July 2019, justice confirmed his minority, thus perpetuating his care in the Val d'Oise.
"His act is difficult to understand at the moment," sighs a source close to the investigation. Did he twist the moment he realized the administration was no longer going to protect him? Was he interested in radical Islam alone, or through the prism of a third party? What is certain is that his attack is formidable, because unstoppable. For services, it is very difficult to detect this type of person, very nomadic, speaking a rare language in France [Urdu, note], and little inserted in the social fabric. Without precise information, it is even almost impossible. "
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