|We know about the dead. We know about the killer. We are starting to know about his friends and colleagues. Connecting the dots.|
The murders of three French servicemen followed shortly afterwards by the killing of a four innocent Jews – a young schoolteacher and two of his small children and then a third little girl – are receding into the background. ["19-Apr-12: How the murder of three French children has become the launch of a new chapter in the conquest of Europe by the terrorists"]
But rushing to make premature judgments would be deeply, seriously wrong.
A lawyer for Mohamed Benalel Merah, who lives in Algeria, said the suit was against those "who gave the orders at the top of the police"... French lawyer Isabelle Coutant-Peyre, who is assisting Algerian lawyer Zahia Mokhtari, filed the suit in Paris [in early June]. "This is a suit against unnamed persons for murder with aggravating circumstances concerning those who gave the orders at the top of the police," said Ms Coutant-Peyre. [source]On the other hand, there's no sign so far of anyone suing the persons who gave orders at the top of the jihadist hierarchy. We can hope. Perhaps eventually someone in a position of French authority will connect the dots.