In the case of the jihadist murder committed on Samuel Paty in October, four other college students were indicted, including the daughter of Brahim Chnina, the student’s parent who had campaigned against the teacher on social networks.
After the indictment of two college students at the end of October in the case of the jihadist attack in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine in which the teacher Samuel Paty lost his life on October 16, four other college students were also indicted according to AFP information, November 26.
Three of these minors, aged 13 and 14, were charged with “complicity in terrorist assassination”, suspected of having designated the victim to the assailant Abdoullakh Anzorov in front of their college in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine (Yvelines), this source told AFP.
The fourth person, indicted for “slanderous denunciation”, is the daughter of Brahim Chnina, the parent of a student behind the campaign against Samuel Paty carried out on social networks.
Professor of history and geography at a college in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, Samuel Paty was executed by beheading on October 16, after a controversy over one of his courses devoted to freedom of expression. There was shown a caricature of Muhammad published in the pages of Charlie hebdo.