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French police has four Algerians in custody suspected of participating in the brutal murder and rape of a 12-year-old schoolgirl only identified as Lola. The suspects (Dahbia B., Amine K., Friha B., and Rachid N.)
French police have in custody four Algerians suspected of involvement in the brutal murder and rape of a 12-year-old schoolgirl identified only as Lola. The suspects (Dahbia B., Amine K., Friha B. and Rachid N.) all come from the same Algerian village and one of them may be in the country illegally.
The body was found in a suitcase curled up, chained, with a deep gash in the throat and marked with inscriptions. According to the autopsy, carried out on Saturday, her death was due to suffocation. Two of the suspects in the case have been charged with “murder of a minor under 15 years of age in connection with rape committed with acts of torture and barbarism”, “rape of a minor under 15 years of age with acts of torture and barbarism” and “concealment of a corpse”. Although there was no mention of s*xual violence when the story first broke, the latest details from BMFTV allege that the girl was also raped.
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Police also say “a device” was used to imprint the numbers “one” and “zero” on his body, but further details about what these numbers mean and how they were “imprinted” on the body are still unclear.
Lola’s father reported her missing
Lola’s father reported her missing on Friday because she had not returned after her classes at Georges-Brassens College, located just behind the building where she was finally found. Lola’s mother, Delphine, went to the 19th century police station. The schoolgirl, with medium-length blonde hair, was wearing white jeans with holes, a white hoodie, a sleeveless jacket and white sneakers, according to the report.
The mother posted a desperate message on social media to find her daughter after her disappearance, writing, “Our daughter Lola was last seen at 3:20 p.m. in the company of a woman we do not know in our residence”.
Investigators also arrested a fourth suspect early this Saturday morning in Bois-Colombes, in the Hauts-de-Seine. She is a woman, whose description could match that of a woman seen on video surveillance at the time of the crime. Another woman, who allegedly asked a local for help on Friday afternoon to carry a large trunk to her car, is the fourth person currently in police custody, according to Le Parisien. The two women detained are sisters and, according to press reports, one of them is homeless.
The Paris prosecutor’s office currently says that a 24-year-old man is the main suspect in the case; he spoke “clearly” to investigators, apparently disclosing key evidence in the case, according to BFMTV. A second suspect, in his 40s, is suspected of helping the younger male perpetrator transport the body. It is unclear what role the suspects may have played in the case.
According to Le Journal du Dimanche, the police are also investigating the possibility that the girl was kidnapped and selected for organ harvesting.
In front of the girl’s building, the entrance is lined with stuffed animals and flowers placed there by mourners. A friend of the girl spoke to BFMTV and said: “We were still laughing on Friday, I didn’t realize what was going to happen.”
Politicians across France are pointing to the fact that once again immigrants are responsible for another shocking murder and rape.
“Lola, 12 years old, brutally murdered in the 19th district of Paris. Four Algerians in custody. Our youth are being massacred while professional mourners pursue an imaginary Islamophobia,” wrote Stéphane Ravier, senator for Bouches-du-Rhône.The parliamentary leader of the National Grouping, Marine Le Pen, wrote on Twitter: “Once again a terrible murder. A girl massacred in the middle of Paris. One day, it will be necessary to reach the end of the investigations to find, not only the direct culprits, but also to stop the crazy policies that make these crimes possible.”