French police quiz radicalized girlfriend of supermarket gunman

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Poussier described by "what an idiot" the gendarme who "had fallen as a hero", as French President Emmanuel Macron said.

The officer's brother, Cedric, said he had given his life "for strangers" and knew he had "almost no chance" of surviving. "He gave his life for another". Lakdim then fired six shots at police officers who had just finished jogging, hitting one in the shoulder.

Investigators searched the home of the attacker, Moroccan-born Redouane Lakdim, 25, and found what a judicial official said were notes "that alluded to the Islamic State and appeared like a last testament".

The terrorist attacks which happened Friday in France has caused totaly five deaths, including Beltrame, three other civil people, and the terrorist himself.

He added the attacker was demanding the release of Salah Abdeslam, the sole surviving assailant of the November 13, 2015, attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead.

Lakdim was armed with a gun, knife and homemade explosive devices, a security source said.

In an announcement made in the past few hours, the French Interior Minister Gerrard Collomb sadly confirmed that the fearless officer named Arnaud Beltrame died due to the extent of his injuries he received after being shot by the hostage taker.

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BFM television said Beltrame recently took part in a training exercise simulating a terrorist attack.

Prosecutor Francois Molins said Lakdim had been on an extremist watch-list due to "his radicalisation and his links with the Salafist movement", a hard-line offshoot of Sunni Islam.

Molins said during a news conference that the woman told investigators that she denied "having been informed and associated with the deadly project of her boyfriend". When he was jailed in 2016, the prison administration noticed no visible sign of radicalization. A silent march is planned in Carcassonne on Saturday.

The girlfriend, who has not been named, was - like Lakdim - subject to a Security-S file, meaning she was considered a danger to national security.

After the mass, which had an overflow crowd listening through loudspeakers outside, pensioner Emile Acco said: "I am very sad". Officials said once they heard shots inside the market they made a decision to storm it.

IS claimed the attack was in response to its call to target Western enemies, as is customary when the assailant has pledged allegiance to the jihadis.

BBC reported 21-year-old Fraisse was killed in 2014 during a clash with police and that his death was blamed on a concussion grenade that was sacked in the unrest. After that, my colleagues came toward me saying: 'Come on Jacky, we need to leave!

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