Police have identified the Charlie Hebdo Islamic killers as brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi and Hamyd Mourad.
The terrorists slaughtered 12 people Tuesday in Paris.
At least one of today’s killers was sentenced to three years in prison (with 18 months suspended) for trying to join ‘Al Queda In Iraq‘ back in 2008.
French Le Metro reported that two of the three men, aged 18, 32 and 34 were actually born in France.
German journalist Alexander Blum, with the tabloid Bild, tweeted this pic. He says it shows the Kouachi brothers together:
The photo was taken from a video in Syria and does not look like the brothers’ photos above.