French police made some more arrests
in the investigation of one of the worst acts of jihad against Jews in recent times:
Police sources said Merah’s suspected accomplices are two men, aged 25 and 38. They were arrested early in the morning in the Toulouse area, each in his own apartment, by investigators who believe the men participated in the preparation of the series of deadly attacks that occurred over the course of several days in March 2012.
The first suspect was known to police for delinquency and drug trafficking.
He might have helped Merah in stealing the scooter he drove while committing the murders.
The second suspect is close to Merah’s brother, Abdelkader, who remains under arrest as a suspect.
Will they find any evidence to link them to the repulsive crime? I don't know.
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