Among them are two minors who are suspected of providing information about a teacher to a terrorist for money.
Seven people will stand trial in France on Wednesday as part of the investigation into the murder of Samuel Patit, a teacher in the metropolitan area, by a radical Islamist. The AFP reported this, citing judicial sources.
According to him, seven detainees may be charged during the initial hearing in this case. These include two minors suspected of providing information about a teacher to a terrorist for money, the father of a radical who actively criticized Pati, the Islamist activist Abdelhakim Sefrioui and three comrades of the assailant who accompanied him to buy weapons.
According to AFP, the remaining detainees in the terrorist attack case have been released. Earlier, the French police reported that 16 people had been detained, six of whom were released on Tuesday night.