Four other schoolchildren were charged in connection with the murder of history teacher Samuel Patit, which caused great resonance in France, reports BFMTV.
Three of them are considered by investigators to be “accomplices to the terrorist who committed the murder. In addition, one schoolgirl is accused of spreading untrue information about the teacher.
Now a total of 14 defendants in the case of Pati. Seven of them were charged on October 22, two of them were minors. Three more were detained on November 6, including two 18-year-old men and a 17-year-old girl, a friend of one of them.
On October 16 18-year-old Chechen killed and beheaded Samuel Pati, teacher of history, geography and social science at secondary educational institution Collegium-Bois d’Olne in the town of Conflant-Cent Honorin near Paris. The killer was born in Moscow and received refugee status in France. Previously, he had threatened people in social networks, including his teacher. A young man was shot and killed while being detained in the city of Erania.
A few days before his death, the teacher showed his students cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed as an example of freedom of expression, which outraged local radical Islamists. At the same time, it turned out that the teacher very carefully touched upon the cartoons of the Prophet, respected Islam, and allowed those who did not want to see the cartoons to leave the classroom.