Regular readers of Atlas recall the barbaric torture and slow brutal death of Ilan Halimi in France. Targeted because he was Jewish, Halimi was kidnapped and murdered by Muslims.
Three weeks of unimaginable torture. Three weeks. So many clues. So
many guilty animals partaking in the continuing torture in their
"homemade concentration camp."
The screams must have been loud because the torture was especially atrocious:
the thugs cut bits off the flesh of the young man, they cut his fingers and
ears, they burned him with acid, and in the end poured flammable liquid on him
and set him on fire.
tortures. Horrible torturers.One of the torturers would go to work at a
TV station everyday and come back and partake in the torture. The
girls that lured young men. They knew he had been kidnapped. They knew
Yosef (the leader of the Barbarians) were extremely violent. They knew
Ilan was still in his hands three weeks later. All they had to do was
make an anonymous phone call to the police. No one would have known. They did not do it. No neighbor thought to say to the police, something strange is going on in this building.
In my posts I said it was impossible to describe the murder of Ilan Halimi’s without speaking first of the 2003 murder of Sebastian Sellam,
a popular disc jockey at a hot Parisian night club called Queen. he
young man known as DJ Lam C (a reverse play on his surname) left the
apartment he shared with his parents in a modest building in of Paris’
10th arrondissement near la Place Colonel Fabien, heading to work as
usual. In the underground parking lot, a Muslim neighbor slit Sellam’s
throat twice, according to the Rosenpress interview. His face was
completely mutilated with a carving fork. Even his eyes were gouged out.
His murderer said, "I killed my Jew. I can go to paradise now."
So while the French authorities of the French media insisted Ilan Halimi was the first antisemitic murder, it was not.
Finally something is being done. The Sarkozy influence.
FRENCH POLICE RE-OPEN CASE OF STABBED DJ JC com hat tip wolf
V French authorities have re-opened an investigation into the 2003 murder of a
On the night of November 19, as Sebastien Selam
was about to drive to the Paris night club where he worked, his neighbour Adel
Amastaibou stabbed him to death in their building’s parking area.
his arrest later that night, Amastaibou admitted to police that he had killed Mr
Selam, claiming that he had heard voices that told him to stab his neighbour.
According to the deposition, which the JC has seen, the killer said he was happy
that “the dirty Jew was dead”.
Police considered that Amastaibou was
mentally unstable and could not be held responsible for his actions.
“This is not a racial or a religious hate crime,” Ambroise Colombani,
Amastaibou’s lawyer, said. “My client is much worst than unstable, he is very
sick. His antisemitic insults were a part of his delirious state.”
"I killed my Jew" is not a hate crime?
court, Mr Colombani presented psychiatric experts who diagnosed his client as
unstable, and in 2006 the court sent Amastaibou to the Maison Blanche
psychiatric hospital in Paris.
He has since been transferred from the
hospital to another institution, but his lawyer confirmed that Amastaibou is
still in a closed psychiatric institution.
At the time, Jewish leaders
considered that since Amastaibou was diagnosed as insane there was no use in
mobilising the community to have the murder recognised as a hate
However, Mr Selam’s mother Juliette and her lawyer Alex Metzker do
not believe the insanity theory.
“Obviously, a man who kills so savagely
is deranged, but not irresponsible for his actions,” said Mr Metzker. According
to Mr Metzker, Amastaibou was convicted of antisemitic violence several months
before the Selam killing, after attacking a rabbi.
“He was considered
sane at the time,” said the lawyer.
Amastaibou’s lawyer said he was not
aware of this prior conviction.
Mrs Selam has managed to obtain a
re-examination of the case over a technicality, and recently met both Jewish
leaders and Christophe Ingrain, President Nicolas Sarkozy’s adviser on justice
“I believe things are changing. I believe the truth can be
discovered,” Mrs Selam said.
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