Officers could prosecute three adolescents on Friday as a component of the criminal examination concerning the homicide of Samuel Paty, the educator killed on October 16 outside a school in the Paris rural areas.
Two men, matured 18, and a 17-year-elderly person were captured on Tuesday and judges intend to prosecute them for “criminal relationship” with Paty’s executioner today, AFP revealed, refering to legal sources.
Paty was killed in the midst of a line over a class he instructed during which he indicated his understudies exaggerations of the Prophet Mohammed, initially distributed by mocking magazine Charlie Hebdo.
At any rate one of the young people is associated with having traded messages with the executioner, a 18-year-old exile from Chechnya, who was shot dead by police.
Islam restricts pictures of the prophet, attesting that they lead to worshipful admiration, and the re-distribution of the pictures in September has prompted three assaults by Muslim radicals in 2020, including Paty’s homicide.
The assaults have prompted a vigorous discussion in France over free discourse, with President Emmanuel Macron depicting Paty as the “encapsulation” of the French Republic.
Yet, the column has additionally aggravated pressures in the Muslim world, prompting mass fights. Representations of Macron were scorched in the roads in Dhaka, Bangladesh, this week while in Iran the specialists