Skip to comments.Toulouse gunman Mohamed Merah 'no lone wolf'
Posted on 08/24/2012 2:42:07 PM PDT by bayouranger
France's Le Monde newspaper says it has seen confidential documents of the police investigation into Toulouse gunman Mohamed Merah that suggest he was not working alone.
The papers showed he had made more than 1,800 calls to over 180 contacts in 20 different countries, Le Monde said.
Merah had also made several trips to the Middle East and Afghanistan.
Merah, 24, killed three soldiers and four Jewish people in March before being shot dead by police. SIM cards
Le Monde's article cites confidential papers from the DCRI intelligence agency.
The BBC's Christian Fraser in Paris says the papers obtained by Le Monde cast light on a young man who was much more than an angry petty criminal that had "radicalised himself" - as suggested by the DCRI earlier in the investigation.
Between September 2010 and February 2011 the former garage mechanic made hundreds of calls to countries including Egypt, Morocco, Kenya, Kazhakstan, Saudi Arabia, Bhutan and the UK.
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The "lone wolf theory" never panned out.
Of course he wasn’t. We showed his AQ creds a long time ago. After the left tried to present him as a neonazi ;).
Mohamed. I’ve heard that name somewhere before.
Murdered by islam.
March 2012 Toulouse
Interesting that muslims are allowed to get trophies like that in their room, but our soldiers who come back fighting against evil cannot get a hair of evidence about the demon possessions they had to fight against to defend women and children there.
Political Correctness is communism and supporting the profile behavior of the typical narcissistic no good communist.... converting Islamists to communism by any means, even self destruction.
The true suicide bombers of suicide bombers are communists... and Zero is like that.
October 17, 2013
Special Dispatch No.5486
“In New Video, Al-Shabab Justifies Woolwich Attack, Urges Muslims In West To ‘Make Their Choice Today,’ And Follow Footsteps Of Nidal Hasan, Mohammad Merah, And Farouq Abdulmuttalab, And ‘Brothers In ... Texas And Boston,’ And To Read Inspire Magazine”
SNIPPET: “On October 17, 2013, the Somali Al-Qaeda-affiliated group Al-Shabab Al-Mujahideen released an hour long video titled “Woolwich Attack: It’s an Eye for an Eye.” The video is about the May 22, 2013, Woolwich (London) attack in which British soldier Lee Rigby was murdered in daylight by two men. In the video, Al-Shabab portrays the attack as a logical response to the U.K.’s crimes against Muslims around the world. Al-Shabab urges Muslims living in the West to follow the footsteps of the Woolwich attack perpetrators, as well as the perpetrators of other attacks in the West, such as Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood shooter; Faisal Shahzad, the Times Square bomber; and Umar Farouk Abdulmuttalab, the “Underwear Bomber.” The video also features several British Muslims from different ethnic backgrounds who traveled to Somalia and trained and fought alongside Al-Shabab.”