CHARLIE HEBDO KILLERS IDENTIFIED – Brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi, and Hamyd Mourad
Police have identified the Charlie Hebdo Islamic killers as brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi and Hamyd Mourad.
French Le Point revealed the nationality of the three Paris terrorists: via Bloomberg: PARIS ATTACKERS ARE FRENCH-ALGERIAN, LE POINT SAYS
Le Metro added that two of the three men, aged 18, 32 and 34 were actually born in France.
The Epoch Times reported:
The three suspects in the attacks on French magazine Charlie Hebdo have been identified as two brothers and a third man.
The three are allegedly the gunmen who stormed into the magazine’s offices on Wednesday, killing 12 and wounding almost a dozen others.
French police say the brothers are Said and Cherif Kouachi. The brothers are in their early 30s, are of French nationality, and reside in Paris.
Pictures circulating online show the brothers on photos from their official papers, such as an ID card.
More… The Metro says the investigation is moving to Reims:
The investigation is moving towards Reims
It would be three men aged 18, 32 and 34. The two thirty, of French nationality, are brothers born in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. They are named Said and Cherif K .. The nationality of the younger Hamyd M., SDF is not yet known. We know however that it was registered last year Terminal S in a school in Charleville-Mezieres, in the Academy of Reims (Champagne-Ardennes). The local newspaper, The Union Ardennes, precisely indicate the end of the afternoon that the investigation was moving towards Reims.