The presumed authoré of the stabbing attack at Gare de Lyon was é indicted. The man arrested for having injured three people, one seriously, is interviewed again by investigators.
The man identified as the assailant of the attack that occurred on Saturday ' the Gare de Lyon was opened. indicted for attempted aggravated murder, reports BFMTV. The alleged author's of the attack had been taken care of by the psychiatric infirmary of the police headquarters" between his two guards &agrav; view. The 32-year-old man, of Malian origin and holder of an Italian residence permit, spent a long time ;eacute; heard by the investigators.
Arrested, Saturday February 3, for having injured three people with a knife and a hammer the Gare de Lyon, à Paris, the suspect presents psychiatric disorders, which he himself reported to the police. The Paris police chief, Laurent Nuñez reported that'"a certain number of medications which attest that he's actually under treatment" haveé found on him, details franceinfo.
The suspect's motivations are described as “having a homeless profile”, who did not show signs of religiosity. are extremely vague. An investigation into attempted assassination has been carried out. opened and entrusted to the Paris judicial police. Laurent Nuñez said that'"à At this stage, there is no element that points to a terrorist act. The National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor's Office specifiedé remain under observation.
Based on known information à that day, the suspect had attracted the attention of passers-by as he set fire to the house. his bag &agrav; back. He then attemptedé to attack a woman who was walking away from him. Then, he allegedly took out a knife, hit her. an older man &agrav; the abdomen and the head with a hammer. The seriously injured victim has his vital prognosis in jeopardy, explains
Le Figaro. A second man would then have tackled the assailant was on the ground before being joined by three other people who intervened to help him. neutralize him. Two of these people wereé slightly injured. The Minister of the Interior, G&ald Darmanin, thanked "those who have mastered" the author of this unbearable act.