He also drew attention between 2011 and 2014 without a follow very closely is engaged.
The 35-year-old from Pontarlier, Doubs, Yassin Salhi was installed six months ago in the suburbs of Lyon, in Saint-Priest, with his wife and their three children. Delivery Driver since March in a business that was known from Air Products in Saint-Quentin Fallavier, which took place the attack, he was “discreet” according to residents and neighbors small three-storey building where the family lives for six months. “ We could see the children play down the building, two boys and a girl who are in primary “, said Soulymen Khablech, a neighbor. As for the suspect, “we just saw the go to his car, one is surprised, he did not look like a Salafist . “
A plug ” state security “
The French authorities have delivered several features of one that is believed to have beheaded an official of his business and attempting to blow up a website of Air Products Friday slightly to 09 h 35.
The suspect, neutralized by firefighters and taken into custody sight, had been subject to “state security” listing for 2006 2008 “of radical Islamism facts” , confirmed late day the Paris prosecutor Francois Molins.
“It had continued to occasionally draw attention between 2011 and 2014 for its links with the Salafist movement Lyon “, has he added without elaborating. According to RTL, the suspect was the subject of two notes General information services Doubs in 2013 and then in 2014 so that it lived Besançon, in the district of La Planoise, set of apartment blocks and towers.
In these notes, cited by the radio, the police evokes “hard Muslims” to talk about Yassin Salhi and two of her friends and signs of radicalization, according to reports of his neighborhood.
Note The latest reported regular absences “and for long periods estimated at two to three months without it is possible to say where he goes “, a description few according to Europe 1 that made by his wife, it also placed in custody Friday. RTL finally reported on the basis of these documents Salhi in Besançon organized meetings with other men “sometimes dressed in military fatigues and whose conversations (…) made reference to jihad and Mali “.
L’Est Républicain, daily from his home region, evokes for its possible links to Pontarlier with a man named “Ali” , which would have emigrated to Egypt and Indonesia.