Breaking: Suspected Terrorist Involved in Charlie Hedbo Massacre Killed During Operation

| January 9, 2015 | 1 Comment

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Paris — Two brothers, Cherif and Said Kouachi, who were wanted for the massacre at the Offices of Charlie Hebdo on have been killed by security forces.

The Kouachi brothers were holding a hostage during a situation inside of a printing business in Dammartin-en-Goele but released the man unarmed saying, “We don’t kill civilians.” French security forces surrounded the building where the brothers were said to be inside and during an operation the Kouachi brothers were shot and killed.terrorist

Around the same time there was another hostage situation taking place at an eastern Paris kosher grocery store. The man behind responsible for the hostage situation, Amedy Coulibaly, was killed as police rescued at least 10 hostages. Coulibaly was a close friend of the Kouachi brothers and during the hostage situation he demanded the freedom of the Kouachi brothers. There were some large explosions heard around 5:10 PM near the store and some police officers were injured during the exchange.

Hayat Boumeddiene, a 26-year-old woman, is wanted for a fatal shooting of a policewoman that happened on Thursday. Alliance Police Union spokesman, Pascal Disand, said that Boumeddiene was in the market with the Kouachi brothers during the massacre.

The Kouachi brothers are responsible for a massacre at Charlie Hebdo French magazine which resulted in the death of 12 people. The brothers accused office workers of making mocking caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad and demanded payback. French president, Francois Hollande, said that this was France’s bloodiest attacked in 50 years and called for dignified demonstrations.

France has confirmed that they will be working with the United States and other countries to gather intelligence about the attacks and those involved in order to prevent future attacks.

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