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According to police and other officials, two of the suspects are French brothers aged 34 and 32 years old from the Paris region, and the third is an 18-year-old from the northeastern city of Reims. There were conflicting reports on whether the teenager was also a French national.
In a late-night telephone interview with CNN, Paris Deputy Mayor Patrick Klugman said the three gunmen have been identified and “may have been arrested.” One “may have been prosecuted in the past,” he said, but he did not know the charge.
There was no immediate official confirmation of any arrests in the case.
The Associated Press, citing police officials, named the suspects as Frenchmen Said Kouachi and Cherif Kouachi. The news agency identified the 18-year-old as Hamyd Mourad. It quoted one official as saying the suspects were linked to a Yemeni terrorist network. (Continue Reading.)
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Said Kouachi, Cherif Kouachi, and Hamyd Mourad Identified as Charlie Hebdo Mass Murderers
Police officials in France have identified the Charlie Hebdo terrorists as Said Kouachi, Cherif Kouachi, and Hamyd Mourad. The Kouachi brothers were born and raised in France.