Identity of attacker of the church in Nice found in France


The person who committed the triple murder in Nice has become known. The culprit was a 21-year-old Tunisian citizen.

The prosecutor for anti-terrorism investigations, Jean-François Ricard, said that he had a certificate from the Italian Red Cross in the name of a Tunisian born in 1999.

He entered Italy via Lampedusa on September 20 this year. His fingerprints were not found in the police or intelligence database.

During the arrest, the offender was seriously wounded and taken to a hospital. Nothing threatens his life. In his place of residence, they found a Koran, two mobile phones and a knife.

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