France: Supermarket jihad murderer ‘was asked to meet anti-terror cops before France rampage’


Law enforcement was planning on meeting with the devout savage. For what? Tea and croissant? Today a watch list literally means — watch, watching jihadis wage holy war in our streets and cities. And then they say, well, we were watching him.

The hero French policeman who swapped places with hostage during ISIS supermarket siege had his throat slashed and was shot in the head by the Muslim terrorist, the autopsy revealed.

Meanwhile this bloody, murderous jihad rampage has gotten no ink in the America press. Disgusting.

I am bloody well of sick of the capitulation, submission and surrender to this savage ideology, while monsterizing my colleagues and me for actually daring to speak of it. Monsterizing with lies, defamation and slander.

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ISIS killer carried out supermarket rampage after he was summoned to meet anti-terror cops, it emerges, as France prepares to say farewell to hero policeman who died saving hostages

  • Radouane Lakdim killed four in a shooting rampage in Carcassonne and Trebes
  • Source says ISIS killer was asked to meet anti-terror agents shortly before attack
  • Comes as France prepares to say farewell to hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame
  • He was killed after swapping himself for a hostage during supermarket siege in Trebes

By MailOnline, The ISIS gunman who killed four people in France last week had been summoned to meet anti-terror police shortly before his shooting rampage, it has emerged.

Radouane Lakdim, a Moroccan-born French national, had been on a list of suspected extremists since 2014 and was being monitored, sparking criticism of the country’s security services.

The 25-year-old killed four people and injured four others on Friday in three separate shootings in the towns of Carcassonne and Trebes, where he took hostages at a supermarket before being shot dead by police.

A police source has since revealed Lakdim had been sent a letter in March asking him to arrange a face-to-face meeting with agents from France’s domestic intelligence agency DGSI.

The attempt to engage with Lakdim emerged as France says farewell to one of his victims, hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame, who died saving hostages at the supermarket in Trebes.

France is preparing to say farewell to hero policeman Arnaud Beltrame who died saving hostages from ISIS killer Radouane Lakdim. Beltrame’s coffin is pictured being loaded on to an aircraft at Carcassone airport this morning

French President Emmanuel Macron will lead a national commemoration on Wednesday for the officer, who agreed to swap himself for a captive but was then killed by Lakdim who slit his throat.

The ceremony will be held in the main courtyard of the Invalides monument, home to Napoleon’s tomb, in the presence of Beltrame’s family and the families of other victims of the attack.

Three people, including Beltrame, were killed in the supermarket while a fourth person was killed earlier during a carjacking in the nearby city of Carcassonne.

The fact that Lakdim was on France’s terror watchlist has led to accusations from the right and far-right that Macron’s government is too soft on Islamists, while far-right leader Marine Le Pen has called for the interior minister to resign.

Experts point out that France has around 20,000 people suspected of being Islamic extremists and security forces have been successful in thwarting a series of attacks in recent years thanks in part to tough new anti-terror laws.

Since the violence on Friday, police have arrested Lakdim’s 18-year-old girlfriend, a radicalised Muslim convert, as well as a 17-year-old friend.

A French prosecutor said yesterday that the girlfriend is a radicalised convert to Islam and that she shouted ‘Allahu akbar’ or ‘God is Great’, when she was arrested.

The jihai’s girlfriend posted online a Quran verse ‘indicating that infidels were promised to hell’ just a few hours before the attacks.

 French President Emmanuel Macron will lead a national commemoration on Wednesday for Arnaud Beltrame. French gendarmes carry a coffin draped in the national flag containing the body of their slain colleague this morning

Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins said the 18-year-old woman ‘shows all signs of radicalisation’.

She was taken into custody hours after Lakdim, killed four people on Friday before being killed by police who stormed the supermarket in Trebes.

The woman told investigators that she converted to Islam when she was 16. She denied ‘having been informed and associated with the deadly project of her boyfriend,’ Molins said during a news conference.

But Molins said the girl posted online a Quran verse ‘indicating that infidels were promised to hell’ just a few hours before the attacks.

On Friday, Lakdim carried out the attacks in Carcassonne and Trebes after dropping his younger sister at school in the morning, Molins said.

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