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    Muslim terrorist kills French cop, wife while livestreaming on Facebook

    A Muslim radical who was being investigated for terror ties stabbed a French police chief to death outside his home, then tortured the man's wife in front of their toddler son -- all while livestreaming his rampage on Facebook. Related Image

    Larossi Abballa, 25, killed a French police officer and the officer's wife.

    The shocking attack in Magnanville, 35 miles north of Paris, ended after a three-hour standoff, when French commandoes stormed the home, rescuing the boy and killing Larossi Abballa, 25.

    Later in the day, police carried out several hours of raids in the Paris suburb of Mantes-la-Jolie, where Abballa lived. A young pregnant woman wearing a hijab and an Islamic robe said her husband had been taken into custody from the building in the Musiciens neighborhood as police searched her home. The woman, who refused to be identified, said her husband knew Abballa, though police at the scene would not say whether the raids were linked directly to the police attack.

    The Islamic State's Amaq news agency released a video that showed Abballa confessing, "I just killed a police officer and his wife." The video appears to have been recorded inside the home of the couple as security forces closed in.

    Before the standoff ended, Abballa, a French national with a prior terrorism conviction and ties to jihadists based in Pakistan, made a horrific appeal to his Facebook followers, writing, "I don't know what I'm going to do with the boy."

    Jean-Baptiste Salvaing, 42, was not in uniform when he was ambushed and stabbed repeatedly in the stomach outside of his home shortly before 8.30 p.m. on Monday. His wife, a 36-year-old secretary at a local police station, was killed with a knife inside the residence while the couple's 3-year-old son hid behind a couch. The French interior minister called the slaughter "an abject terrorist act."

    Three men believed to have close ties to Abbala were brought in for questioning by French police shortly after the attack, officials said.

    Word that Abbala had recorded the 12-minute video of the attack and posted it on Facebook Live shocked the nation Tuesday morning. Abbala also tweeted twice during the killings.

    "The toll is a heavy one," Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet told reporters at the scene, his voice heavy with emotion.

    Authorities found a Koran, headscarf and two other books in a vehicle used by Abbala, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said, and a list of other targets -- including police officers and journalists -- was found at Abbala's home.

    Abbala was sentenced in 2013 to three years in prison, including six months suspended, for trying to recruit jihadists to fight in Pakistan, the BBC reported.

    But Abbala had also been the subject of a more recent terror investigation and was allegedly on a government list of individuals seen as a danger to the state, the BBC reported.

    French police had recently wiretapped Abbala, but had not found anything incriminating by the time of the attack, officials said.

    Abbala pledged allegiance to ISIS three weeks ago and reportedly did during the filmed portion of the attack, too. The Islamic State's Amaq news agency later cited an unnamed "source" as saying an ISIS fighter carried out the attack and the jihadist group claimed responsibility for the assault on its Albayan Radio, Reuters reported.

    Molins said Abballa's attack was a response to ISIS calls to "kill non-believers where they live" during Ramadan.

    On Abbala's Facebook page, which was later taken down, the terrorist wrote that "the Euros will be a graveyard," according to the BBC.

    French media, some of them citing unnamed neighbors, reported that the attacker was heard shouting "Allahu Akbar" — Arabic for "God is Great" — during the attack.

    Abballa stayed at prayers so long at his neighborhood mosque the day of the attack that mosque employees had to make him leave. The rector of the small mosque said Abballa attended services rarely in recent months, but showed up to pray a few hours before the killings. Rector Mohamed Droussi said Abballa was reading the Koran for a long time, and was the last one to leave.

    "I took the key and I said, 'we are closing,'" Droussi said.

    Speaking after an emergency meeting convened Tuesday morning by French President Francois Hollande, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said more than 100 people seen as potential threats have been arrested in France this year, including in recent weeks.

    Cazeneuve also warned that the threat of terrorism "is high in France, it's high in Europe, it's high in the Western world as shown by the events that happened 48 hours ago in the United States," a reference to the attack on an Orlando night club early Sunday.

    Hollande himself said Monday's murders were "incontestably a terrorist act and warned that France was facing a terror threat "of a very large scale."

    France, like other countries in Europe, has seen a series of stabbings aimed at police officers or soldiers and carried out by Muslim radicals. ISIS has encouraged its supporters to stage such attacks.

    "Today every police officer is a target," Yves Lefebvre of police union Unite SGP Police-FO told The Associated Press, adding that attackers are "professionalizing" and can now find police in their homes.

    Cazeneuve said Tuesday that police officers would now be allowed to take their service weapons home.

    France has been under a state of emergency since a series of co-ordinated shootings and bombings by ISIS terrorists killed 130 people in Paris this past November. The country is currently hosting the European soccer championship, and stadiums and other public places are under tight security.

    There was no indication that the murders would affect either of the two matches scheduled to take place Tuesday.

    Fox News' Cicely Medintzeff and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

    Did france come out with a new stamp
    let's make america great again


    Rest in peace. Hope the dirt bag rots in hell.

    Two more deaths attributed to gun control.
    “Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." - Benjamin Franklin


      Just no words at this point

      I'm glad the little boy is ok.


        The time of the new Crusades is coming closer and closer...
        Last edited by Mad Russian; 06-14-2016, 10:39 PM.


        • Lovemyglock
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          you read my mind...

          history repeating itself, as predicted

        Incredible.... people should be furious about this.


          Nothing to see here folks. Keep moving along


            Originally posted by E View Post
            Nothing to see here folks. Keep moving along
            yep, pretty much what the Traitor-in-Chief would need to tag a name to the filth...that will only cause more trouble.

            Carry on infidels...and good luck!


              France hasn't really been at the forefront of fighting an enemy invader...

              It seems recently that their ability to 'bend at the waist" has increased.
              The escape is complete. The inventor of Hawk fishing. (soon to be seen on ESPN 8 the Ocho)


                Thank God guns are not allowed there or a Muslim fanatic may have been harmed while carrying out his sacred duty,


                  Anyone see this on the MSM?


                    feels like the 30's in parts of Europe. Extreme nationalism building in some countries, as a response to unwanted EU immigration, perceived moochers and idealistic terrorist nut jobs like this idiot. it's going to get worse, I suspect.

                    UK voting on whether to leave the EU this month. Predictions say they're out.


                      The worst torture that the filth in Syria and Iraq do, like burning the pilot alive in the cage, etc. would not be good enough for this guy. My initial reaction was "you reap what you sow," but we are civilized. The European stupidity of gun control is just pure ignorance, and for a little kid to have to watch this, much less the mother being tortured is sickening, all around. Only the big guy upstairs can properly judge this piece of garbage.

                      When do the people wake up? Is it that hard to see that taking away the means to defend ourselves will not stop people that are pure evil? I know I am preaching to the choir here, but I have to ask this while our own lefties are ramping up the same old shit! They have a lot of momentum. They are demonizing the NRA, and many pols that stood up for the 2A are running away. They are using the "martyr syndrome." Look at Andy. "It cost my at the polls but I just had to do the right thing." Trying to pat himself on the back for the unSAFE act, while the bodies are still warm. Yeah, that bayonet lug sure added to the casualties! No, it was the evil piece of metal on the end of the barrel! Nobody is on the news mentioning that McVeigh killed a lot more people with chemicals.

                      I know that the NRA has been doing the heavy lifting, and that is not a slap at the smaller organizations doing what they can. We better get organized to get the message out. The anti's really are gathering momentum. Mr. "tears in the eyes" and "don't cross the redline," is on a tear to add this to his legacy of Healthcare reform (massive wealth redistribution) and Iranian deal (the selling out of Israel, and the beginning of an arms race in the Mid East) He will try to get as many millions of illegals safely in to put the dems in power perpetually and last but not least, destroying the 2A. I don't know, but I pray, that we have enough time to get the word out, and get the fence sitting FUDD's involved. If not, our beloved hobby is history.
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                        3 years? With that conviction why would they bother with this guy. 2 to the head and move along