December 13, 2018
Oh okay, so this guy is still on the run.
So there will be a state of emergency on Saturday, when the next Yellow Vest protest is to take place.
It is obvious to me this was a Macron hoax.
This is a fact-based website, I only tell the facts, and I don’t have any proof this is a false flag, so I’m not going to make a matter of fact claim to that effect.
But just sitting here inside of my own mind, I don’t have any doubt. Personally.
Because how long has it been since we’ve had one of these? And how often is it that a terrorist gets away?
I’m not aware of a single one that has gotten away after a shoot-out with the cops. That is cartoonish.
You line that up next to the perfect timing, and it’s just like:
This is retarded.
The fugitive Strasbourg man suspected of shooting and knifing people as he shouted “Allahu Akbar” at the French city’s Christmas market is a criminal who turned radical Islamist in jail, officials say.
Neighbors remember Cherif Chekatt as an ordinary local guy, but to security agencies the 29-year-old had represented a potential threat for some time, his beliefs hardened behind bars.
Chekatt grew up in the Cite du Hohberg, a large, tough housing estate built in the 1960s, where he lived at his parents’ apartment in the Rue Tite Live.
He has 27 criminal convictions for theft and violence, officials say, and has spent time in French, German and Swiss prisons. Now police are seeking him as the suspect who killed at least two people on Tuesday night.
Neighbors said they believed Chekatt’s brother was a radicalized Muslim but had always seen Cherif as a typical young man who dressed in jogging pants and trainers, unlike his sibling who preferred a traditional robe.
So, 27 criminal convictions in three countries, and the neighbors knew his brother was a terrorist.
“He had spent quite a bit of time in prison and since then we didn’t see him much. He had a radicalized big brother who was always in a djellaba, always at the mosque,” said a 20-year-old youth who has known Chekatt since he was young, withholding his name. “It’s frightening when you know he lived just next to you.”
Police were interrogating Chekatt’s father, mother and two brothers on Wednesday in custody.
Strasbourg deputy mayor Robert Herrmann said about 400 people living in and around Strasbourg were on the security agencies’ “Fiche S” watchlist, including the suspect.
And on the terrorist watch list.
You frogs weren’t watching him when he started stabbing up the joint now were you.
“We know this risk and we trust our services to put an end to these murders,” he said, before adding: “There will, though, always be a way through the net.”
Deputy Interior Minister Laurent Nunez said Chekatt had been radicalized in jail, becoming an apologist for terrorism, but there had been no signs he would turn violent.
“He encouraged a radical religious practice in prison but nothing indicated that he would carry out an attack,” Nunez said on France Inter radio.
“Yeah I mean, we knew he was a terrorist, but we didn’t expect him to go and do something, lol.” t. French Police
Police said the attack followed a police search of Chekatt’s flat in Strasbourg in a homicide investigation on Tuesday morning. Chekatt was absent, but a .22 caliber Long Rifle and four knives were found.
Wait, so the police were at his house right before the attack?
Weird coincidence, for sure.
A German security source said that following a conviction for “aggravated theft” Chekatt had been jailed in the southern German city of Constance from August 2016 to February 2017.
He was released before the end of his two-year, three-month prison sentence into the custody of German police so that he could be deported to France.
A second German security source said he had been banned from re-entering the country.
Several German officials and sources said Chekatt had not been identified as a security threat. It was not immediately clear if or how French officials had communicated their concerns to German authorities.
The rampage surprised neighbors. “It’s a shock. We ask ourselves questions when something like this happens, especially as it is a calm area,” said a teenage acquaintance of Chekatt.
Nunez said more than 20,000 people in France were designated as Fiche S and that a little over half of those were being monitored.
Yeah, so, massive population of terrorists in this country because…
Or is it just so you can send them out to pop-off when the people start protesting your weather tax?
Could it be that there is some larger, overarching agenda at work here…
Man this stuff has all just gotten too goofy for me to even handle.