7 indicted for attack on kosher store, bombers at large

By JTA
October 15, 2012 09:30

 
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MARSEILLE, France - French authorities have indicted seven suspects in the recent bombing of a kosher store near Paris but have not caught those who hurled the bomb, a Paris prosecutor said.

Francois Molins of the Paris public prosecutor’s office said on Saturday that seven suspects have been indicted for belonging to a terrorist association and that two of them will be tried for complicity in attempted murder.

Molins has said the men belonged to “an extremely dangerous terrorist, Jihadist cell” which perpetrated the Sept. 19 bombing of a kosher supermarket in Sarcelles, a northern suburb of Paris.

On Sunday, the weekly Journal du Dimanche quoted Molins as saying: “We have identified the planners of this attack, we know Louis-Sidney handled the explosive device, but we are missing the two people who actually threw it in.”

There is “a risk,” he said, that not all the culprits “would be identified beyond doubt.”

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