Does France have too many jihadis to keep track of? The failure to have Redouane Lakdim under surveillance suggests a situation that is rapidly spiraling out of control for French law enforcement. And it isn’t going to get any better. As I explained in my book The Complete Infidel’s Guide to ISIS, one of the Islamic State’s goals is to overwhelm Western law enforcement and intelligence agencies with so many jihad attacks and plots that the agencies can’t keep up with them all, and collapse. It looks as if they’re on their way to achieving that goal.
“Hero French policeman who swapped places with hostage during ISIS supermarket siege had his throat slashed and was shot in the head by terrorist, autopsy reveals,” by Peter Allen, MailOnline, March 26, 2018 (thanks to London):
The hero policeman who died after swapping himself for a hostage during the French terror attack had his throat repeatedly slashed and was shot in the head, an autopsy has revealed.
Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, succumbed to the knife wounds before being shot with a 7.65mm pistol by terrorists [sic] Radouane Lakdim, 26, inside a supermarket in the town of Trebes on Friday….
When the officers stormed in and killed Lakdim, they also found the dead bodies of shopper Herve Sosna, 65, and Christian Medves, a 50-year-old supermarket butcher.
Earlier, Ladkim had murdered 60-year-old Jean Mazieres, while hijacking a car after shooting at off-duty police officers out running.
Lakdim’s former girlfriend, 18, is in custody with another male friend, 17, and both face terrorist charges in connection with the attacks.
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.
Despite such concerns, Ladkim was not under surveillance while living at home with his parents and younger sisters in a council flat in Carcassonne….