CHARLIE HEBDO MASSACRE: Two Muslim terrorists in custody, one dead???

Now it seems, that earlier reports about two Muslim terrorists in custody and one dead isn’t necessarily true. Stay tuned.

5 FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW:

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HEAVY  Cherif Kouachi, 32, has been named as one of three suspects in the January 7 terror attack that killed 10 journalists and two police officers at the headquarters of the Charlie Hebdo satire magazine in Paris.

The other suspects have been named as Said Kouachi, 34, and Hamyd Mourad, 18.  Two of the three men are in custody, one is dead, according to NBC News. The network is quoting two senior U.S. counterterrorism officials. That report is unconfirmed.

1. Cherif Kouachi is a Convicted ‘MUSLIM’ Terrorist

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The Associated Press reported in 2008 that Cherif Kouachi had been sentenced to three years in prison in Paris for helping to funnel prospective jihadi fighters from France to Iraq. He served 18 months, with the remainder of his sentence was suspended. In that case, Cherif was named as a member of the 19th arrondissement network, named for the mainly North African neighborhood where they were based.

The New York Times first reported on Cherif in 2005. It was reported that he had become inspired to fight in jihad due to the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuses. Prior to the emergence of those abuses, the Liberation newspaper reported, Cherif was not a devout muslim. He had girlfriends, smoked and drank alcohol.

2. Said Kouachi Left His Passport in the Getaway Car

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Said is reported to be 34 years of age. He is a French citizen. Linternaute.com in France reports that cops linked the three suspects to the crime after Said Kouachi left his passport in the getaway car. Witnesses said that one of the attackers at the scene told onlookers, “You can tell the media that it’s al Qaeda in Yemen.”

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Metro News in France reports that Said and Cherif are brothers and were born in the 10th arrondissement neighborhood in Paris. The Kouachi brothers were orphaned by their Algerian-immigrant parents as children and grew up in the city of Rennes, reports Liberation. Both brothers later moved to Paris. A German journalist with the tabloid Bild tweeted a pic, the reporter says it shows the Kouachi brothers together (below).

3. The ‘MUSLIM’ Terrorists Were Armed With Rocket Launchers & Assault Rifles

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Kouachi and his alleged accomplices were armed with assault rifles and rocket launchers when they stormed the headquarters of the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo. In total 12 people were killed when the terrorists, described as commandos, fired as many as 50 shots during the daylight attack.

Of the 12 dead, 10 are journalists and two are police officers. Early reports suggest that specific journalists were called out by the gunmen before being shot. One of the police officers was shot at close range as he lay on the street. You can see more raw footage of the attack above.

Several more people were wounded in the attack, with some in critical condition.

French President Francois Hollande, who quickly arrived at the scene of the horror, called the attack one “of exceptional barbarity” and immediately deemed it to be terrorism.

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In 2012, Charbonnier was quoted as saying, “I prefer to die standing than to live on my knees.” He had received numerous death threats in the past and had been living in police protection. The magazine’s editor-in-chief, Gerard Biard, was in London when the shooting occurred.

4. One of Cherif’s Alleged Fellow Muslim Terrorists Just Graduated High School

While Cherif is an experienced jihadi, Hamyd Mourad is reported to be just 18 years old. Metro News in Paris reports that he was a student at a high school in Charleville-Mezieres, outside the city of Reims. Hamyd Mourad has been named, along with Cherif and Said Kouachi, as one of the suspects in the Charlie Hebdo terror attack.

Hamyd Mourad  Metro News in Paris reports that he was a student at a high school in Charleville-Mezieres, close to the city of Reims. Since graduating he had been homeless.

In the aftermath of the attack, witnesses said that they heard the terrorists make reference to the Yemeni branch of al Qaeda. Hamid is not a French citizen. His nationality is unknown. Sky News reports that Mourad, along with Cherif and Said Kouachi are linked to a “Yemini terror network. Linternaute.com in France reports that cops linked the three suspects to the crime after Said Kouachi left his passport in the getaway car.

5. Charlie Hebdo Journalists Were Called Out by Name Before Being Executed

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Kouachi and his alleged accomplices were armed with assault rifles and rocket launchers when they stormed the headquarters of the French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo. In total 12 people were killed when the terrorists, described as commandos, fired as many as 50 shots during the daylight attack.

Of the 12 dead, 10 are journalists and two are police officers. Early reports suggest that specific journalists were called out by the gunmen before being shot. One of the police officers was shot at close range as he lay on the street below.

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Among the deceased victims are editor Stephane Charbonnier (pen name “Charb“); cartoonist Jean Cabut (pen name “Cabu,“); Georges Wolinski, an 80-year-old famed cartoonist; and economist Bernard Maris.

Charb refused to apologize for his Mohammed cartoons

Charb refused to apologize for his Mohammed cartoons

The Paris public prosecutor, Francois Molins, identified the two slain police officers as Franck Brinsolaro and Ahmed Merabet. Brinsolaro was assigned to protect the editor of Charlie Hebdo, according to police union representatives. Merabet was killed outside the building on Boulevard Richard Lenoir as the gunmen fled.  It is Merabet who can be seen in videos showing the hooded attackers running back to shoot an officer in the head, before they sped off in a black Citroen.

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