African Migrant Suspected of Murder, Sex Attack in 24-Hour Paris Rampage

A migrant from Eritrea has been arrested after allegedly murdering a man and then trying to rape a woman on back-to-back nights in Paris, France, according to reports.

On the evening of May 8, a French teacher told authorities a man had tried to rape her in the middle of the street near the Place de la Bataille de Stalingrad in the 19th arrondissement of Paris.

Officers tracked down the suspect, a 24-year-old man from Eritrea, and arrested him.

While investigating the sexual assault, authorities determined the African may have also been the perpetrator of a brutal murder the night before in the same arrondissement.

"On the night of May 7 to 8, passers-by sounded the alarm: a body was found hidden in a bush on rue Cesária Évora, near the Porte d'Aubervilliers. The corpse lay in a thick pool of blood. A bloody stone was found nearby," Le Parisien reports.

"The autopsy revealed that the victim, a Sudanese migrant born in 1986, died after multiple blows to the head and larynx."

DNA collected at the murder scene matched that of the Eritrean, and a review of surveillance footage further bolstered investigators' suspicions.

"The suspect was placed in police custody again on Sunday, before being taken to the IPPP, on the night of Monday to Tuesday. A psychiatric expert will determine if this man can be held responsible for these acts in court," Actu 17 reports.

The attacks come amid a heated debate over violent crime and lawlessness tied to mass migration and the spread of Islam in France.

Military leaders have fired off two incendiary letters in recent weeks, warning the Macron government of looming "civil war" if strong measures are not taken to regain control of a society spiraling into chaos.

Polling conducted after French generals published their first letter of warning indicated 58 percent of respondents supported the words of the military officials.


Pastor Artur, a Polish minister based in Canada, came on the Alex Jones Show to break down the story of his arrest for defying COVID lockdown orders.

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