Police identified the Charlie Hebdo Islamic killers as brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi and Hamyd Mourad.
The terrorists slaughtered 12 people Tuesday in Paris.
Hamyd Mourad reportedly turned himself in yesterday afternoon.
The brothers were spotted in Aisne, France Thursday. The brothers robbed the AVIA station in Aisne and were carrying weapons. The brothers were hooded and carried Kalashnikovs.
The brothers cut a rap album, smoked non-Halal dope and were known to French officials for ten years.
Losers: The brothers were once described as ‘failed commandos’, while Cherif’s lawyer called him an ‘apprentice loser’ after he was arrested in 2005. Here he is the same year in a video posing as a rapper. (Daily Mail)
Cherif Kouachi once appeared on TV as a rapper.
The Daily Mail reported:
The two French brothers on the run from police after massacring 12 people in Paris were drug-taking petty criminals before being radicalised and sent to Yemen to train as killers.
Said Kouachi, 34, and sibling Cherif, 32, are orphans who were brought up in a care home in Brittany, northern France, before turning to a life of crime and then ultimately mass murder.
Cherif’s own lawyer once described him as an ‘apprentice loser’, a hashish smoking pizza delivery driver who didn’t know what to do with his life.
Worryingly, their links to terror organisations have been known to authorities for ten years.
They were first picked up by terror police in 2005, around the same time Cherif appeared on TV claiming to be a rapper, when they were arrested over links to a group operating in northern Paris.
Cherif was arrested again in 2008 after trying to board a plane to Damascus with an AK-47 operating manual, while both were named on police papers in 2010 over a plot to break a known jidhadi out of jail.
— ITV News (@itvnews) January 8, 2015
Here’s the Cherif Kouachi rap video: