A French police officer was stabbed to death on Friday by a Tunisian migrant shouting 'allahu akbar,' according to authorities.
The female victim, a 49-year-old mother of two who worked as an administrative officer, was stabbed in the throat in broad daylight at the entrance to a police station in Rambouillet, a commune in the Yvelines district on the outskirts of Paris.
She succumbed to her injuries at the scene.
Her assailant was neutralized with lethal force moments after the attack, which unfolded just after 2 p.m.
"Tunisian Djamel G. arrived illegally in France in 2009, and he was regularized in 2019," Fdesouche reports. "He was domiciled in Val-De-Marne (94) and worked as a delivery driver. He moved to Rambouillet. He had a Temporary Residence Card valid until December 25, 2021."
Mainstream media outlets initially denied the suspect shouted 'Islamist slogans' during the rampage, but police sources confirm he yelled 'allahu akbar.'
"Jean-François Ricard, France’s antiterrorism prosecutor, said Friday he had opened an investigation into the police station attack as a terrorist act in part because the attacker had scoped out the station ahead of the attack, and because of unspecified statements he made during the assault," the Wall Street Journal reports.
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