Young Hitler worshiper charged and imprisoned for mass murder

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A Polish critical edition of “Mein Kampf”. (illustration photo)

JUSTICE – Young man suspected of committing mass murder at his old high school and mosque on his birthdayAdolf Hitler was charged and imprisoned on Friday, a judicial source said on Saturday, Oct. 2. confirming information from Parisian.

This young man, born in 2002 and living in Seine-Maritime, was arrested Tuesday. He was charged four days later with “criminal terrorist association” and taken into police custody.

His lawyer, Me Malcolm Mouldaia-Mauger, approached by AFP, declined to comment at this stage of the proceedings.

The young man had been spotted by investigators for having contacted an 18-year-old woman from Béziers through a Telegram loop, who was charged and imprisoned in early April. For his part, it is suspected of having planned an attack on a church in the Hérault.

According to a source known to the case, this boy was fascinated by ultra-violence.

Apr 20, 2022

In exchanges on various social networks, he expressed his desire to commit a mass murder in his former high school and in a mosque near this high school, on April 20, 2022, the day of Adolf Hitler’s birthday, according to a report. . source close to the study.

During a search of the house, investigators found several weapons, including hunting weapons, ammunition, knives, as well as 20 notebooks in which he wrote down his thoughts and referred to Hitler or Anders Breivik, the author of the murder which killed 77 people in Norway in 2011.

He claimed to have been the victim of sexual assault as a young child and harassed during his school days.

According to the Parisian, while in police custody, he named another young man who was also in contact with the young woman from Béziers, confirming that they were “brothers in arms” and contemplating a double plan of mass murder.

This second young man was charged in August with “failing to charge a crime”, but nothing at this stage makes it possible to support a concrete project, AFP told the judicial source.

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