France charges brother of Toulouse shooter as accomplice

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March 25, 2012 21:23

 
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Abdelkader Merah, brother of the gunman who perpetrated the Toulouse Jewish school shootings, was charged Sunday with complicity in seven murders and two attempted murders, the Paris prosecutor's office told CNN.

The prosecutor also charged Merah with conspiracy to prepare acts of terrorism and group theft.

Police arrested Merah on Tuesday night as they surrounded his brother Mohammed. Merah was brought before an anti-terror judge on Sunday.

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