Nice was not a “lone wolf” attack

OLIVIER ANRIGO

People gather at the new area for floral tributes on the 'Promenade des Anglais in the French riviera city of Nice, France, 19 July 2016, after deadly attack on Bastille day 14 July 2016. Tunisian attacker Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel visited the Nice promenade with his rented truck on the two days before he rammed the vehicle into a crowd, killing 84, a source close to the investigation said Sunday.. Tunisian Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, 31, smashed a 19-tonne truck into a packed crowd of people in the Riviera city celebrating Bastille Day -- France's national day.

Nice was not a “lone wolf” attack


Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel who drove through a crowd of tourists in Nice was not a "lone-wolf," but executed a plan that was premeditated for a year.

The man who on July 14 drove a 19-tonne truck through into the crowd in Nice killing 84 people was executing a plan, with "support and accomplices."

In a press conference, the revelation by Paris prosecutor Francois Molins made clear that the attack on Bastille Day was the result of a terrorist organization and that the five suspects currently...


This story is part of New Europe's Premium content.

To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In from the ↑ Top of the Page ↑
new europe join now