, November 10, 2018, as amended
November 10, 2018
They were arrested on Tuesday in Mosul by the terrorist services. Four men were indicted Saturday night for "criminal criminal offenses" and arms law offenses in connection with a terrorist enterprise. Two of them, including the main suspect, were arrested. In telephone conversations they talked about projects, including the treatment of Emmanuel Makron. "The attack project does not seem successful, but we still find against the background of the commemoration of November 11," a confidant told AFP in an interview. The Public Prosecutor's Office opened an initial investigation on 31 October.
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According to France 2, citing a source close to the investigation, the suspects were confessing. The attack was scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 7 in the Ardennes, where the President of the Republic went as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of World War II. "We really intervened just before a close action," adds the same chain source.
These "righteous fans", "with a survival bent," were followed by intelligence services, according to a close associate of the AFP file. Weapons were found in the suspects' home.
Displacement that causes arrests
The reason for this is that one of them, Jean-Pierre, who was a resident of Ezer (south-east), moved to the "east" of France, while Emmanuel Macaron was there for the commemoration that the services of the General Directorate of Security A face (DGSI) intervened, according to the source close to the file. Jean-Pierre was arrested at the Moselle, and in particular was in possession of a dagger. The media present him as the alleged leader of the group. At the age of 62, this former wood merchant is described close to the same groups as FFU (French Forces United) and Le Berg. He himself searched for the Facebook page of "Barjols" for the Isere department, according to Franceinfo The Parisian.
In total, six suspects between the ages of 22 and 62 were arrested by the ISB during this surge headed by Ultra-Way, the third in 18 months. Two of them, a man arrested in Il-Vilna and a 61-year-old woman arrested in a small village in Izar, saw their custody taken down on Thursday and Friday.