The 13-year-old student who was charged Teacher Samuel Patti admitted to beheading that he had lied and that he “was not present on the day of the cartoons” in which the teacher allegedly showed the Prophet Muhammad naked. The minor is responsible for “Complaint Slander. “
On October 6 of last year, 10 days before he was beheaded by an 18-year-old Chechen, a professor of history and geography gave a lesson in freedom Expression and display of cartoons from the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.
The girl, identified as “Z,” who was one of her students at Bois-d’Aulne, in a northwestern suburb of Paris, told her father that the educator had invited the Muslim students to leave the classroom before the animation was shown. If they prefer. Based on his daughter’s testimony, Ibrahim Shninah filed a complaint against the professor, describing him as a “bully” and launching a fierce campaign on social media with the help of Islamist activist Abdelhakim Al-Sefriwi.
“She lied because she felt trapped in a chain of events because some of her classmates asked her to be their spokesperson. There was a feeling of great distress and she felt compelled to add to impose the message,” said the attorney for the minor, Mpiko Tabula. .
“This lie with tragic consequences takes place in a complex family context. Given the academic success of his twin sister, Z. did not dare to admit to his father the real reasons for his exclusion shortly before the tragedy, related to his ill.” Le Monde said, “She reported that the girl told her father that she had been suspended. Because of their protests. After the police pushed her to the limit in the interrogation, the young woman was asked whether she “made up this cartoon story to feel like it was in” in her father’s eyes, reminding him that she was often “compared” to her twins, “more diligent,” and she confessed, “She had lied about something. . “
He later recalled that he had “not seen the Samuel Patti animation, neither on October 5, nor on October 6”. The researchers concluded that “a girl in her class told her about this on Wednesday 7, a day after the Freedom of Expression course, which she did not attend due to her exclusion motivated by her chronic absence.” … they do not consider the case closed.