Europe 1 has spoken to a woman who claims she is his wife. Members of France's Research and Intervention Brigades (BRI) special forces escort an unidentified woman and child as they leave the building in Saint-Priest, near Lyon, where the man suspected of carrying out the terrorist attack has an apartment (PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP) "I thought my heart was going to stop beating," she asks.
"I have no idea what's happened, has he been arrested?
Yassin Salhi, aged 35, had previously been investigated in 2006 for radicalisation and links to the Salafist movement, Bernard Cazeneuve, the interior minister, said.
"He was investigated in 2006 for radicalisation, but [the investigation] was not renewed in 2008. Mr Cazeneuve, speaking from the scene in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier near Grenoble and Lyon, said Salhi was not known to be involved in previous terror attacks.
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One prayer centre he attended in particular was known for its links to an unnamed terrorist group at the time, he said.
However, in 2008, he fell “completely off the radar”. We have three children and a normal family life," said the wife of the suspect.
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Brzezinski told Al Qaeda’s forefathers – the Mujahadin: We know of their deep belief in god – that they’re confident that their struggle will succeed. There, Mohamed quickly blew his cover, resulting in his name being added to a watch list of suspected terrorists. Instead, Mohamed was asked to share his views with officers so that they might better understand the Islamic way.