This is France, for crying out loud! Why don’t they just issue these loony culture-enrichers with guillotines when they enter the country?
Or was this guy born in France?
Notice that the reporter is at pains to note that the young decapitator invoked “God” (presumably Dieu) rather than “Allah” when he carried out his grisly deed. And, yes, it’s possible that he may be a Christian rather than a Muslim. But according to my database, Senegal is about 95% Muslim, roughly the same as Qatar and Jordan.
We’re told that the unfortunate young man is insane. He may also have been bullied in school. But no matter what, this incident had nothing to do with Islam.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for translating this article from the French weekly news magazine Le Point:
Woman beheaded in Courbevoie
A young man of 25, known to police and described as insane, killed his mother on Monday night with a knife in the Hauts-de-Seine.
by Aziz Zemouri
The Nanterre prosecutor confirmed the information on Tuesday morning to Point.fr. An individual beheaded his mother Monday night in Courbevoie around 10 pm.
It was the neighbors from the building in the town center of Courbevoie (Hauts-de-Seine), here the mother of the alleged assassin resided who alerted the police between 9:30 and 10pm. Upon the arrival of the staff of the DSPAP (the Directorate of Public Security of the Paris region) police in the Paris region, a 25-year-old individual of Senegalese origin was holding the head of his mother, 54, in his hands. According to the first elements of the investigation, he decapitated and eviscerated her with a ceramic knife. Police overpowered the perpetrator after four shots with a taser. He couldn’t be interviewed by investigators because of his state of “proven dementia.” “His words were incoherent even if he invoked God — but not Allah — at one point. It is a sad news item,” reports a source close to the investigation.
The SDPJ in charge of the investigation
The individual is now in the hospital. He was known for acts of violence committed in 2011. “The police had never had to intervene in this building before. There is no trace of the family [in that context] in the records at the police station,” said a police officer. The SDPJ 92 — the departmental service of judicial police of Hauts-de-Seine — is in charge of the investigation.