Más sobre la muerte de Ilan Halimi (2)
Publicado por Spanish Eowyn en 21/febrero/2006
De An Unsealed Room:
Justice Minister Pascal Clement, speaking to reporters outside an annual meeting of France’s main Jewish umbrella group, CRIF, confirmed investigators had alleged “aggravated circumstances of anti-Semitism.”
On Saturday, Halimi’s mother accused police of ignoring the anti-Semitic motivation in the case in order not to alienate Muslims in an interview to Haaretz.
A través de Israeli cool, me entero de que hay precedentes, no sólo en cuanto a la cueldad si no también en cuanto a el no reconocimiento por la policía de que había motivos anti-semitas, :
Sebastian Sellam, 23, was a popular disc jockey at a hot Parisian night club called Queen. At about 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday November 19, the young man known as DJ Lam C (a reverse play on his surname) left the apartment he shared with his parents in a modest building in of Paris’ 10th arrondissement near la Place Colonel Fabien, heading to work as usual. In the underground parking lot, a Muslim neighbor slit Sellam’s throat twice, according to the Rosenpress interview. His face was completely mutilated with a fork. Even his eyes were gouged out.
Following the crime, Rosenpress correspondent Alain Azria reported, Sellam’s mother said the Muslim perpetrator mounted the stairs, his hands still bloody, and announced his crime. “I have killed my Jew. I will go to heaven,” he reportedly said. The alleged murderer’s family was well known for rabid anti-Semitism, Mrs. Sellam reportedly told Rosenpress, a point confirmed by the victim’s brother.
Parece que sin embargo, ahora ya sí están considerando la motivación anti-semita:
Liberation tonight carries a story that a French minister and the investigating magistrate in charge of the case are ready to admit that anti-semitism could have been part of the reason for the kidnapping and vicious torture and murder of the young Parisian Jew Ilan Halimi.
[...]But we’re a long way from being close to a likelihood of a conviction for a racist murder. Because, according to my reading of the Liberation report, the presence of an element of racism in the case would not be enough to secure a conviction on that basis.
It seems that only applies where the whole crime from beginning to end has a racist motive.
And Liberation suggests that the racist motive identified by the examining magistrate could be ruled out further on if there isn’t conclusive enough evidence.
Funny, none of these comments mentioned the possibly Islamist and unrelated-to-crime matter of the criminals citing Koranic verses in the course of their phone conversations with the Halimi family.
Pero nada como el título del Observer, que precisamente adolece de lo mismo que ya dije ayer, al mezclar el horrendo crimen con algunos desórdenes que se produjeron en la manifestación que tuvo lugar después de conocerse:
Its headline “Jewish anger at “racist” murder by kidnap gang” manages both to suggest that only Jews are angry at the brutal kidnap, long weeks of torture and ultimate murder of the young Parisian Jew, and that the racism is only suggested.
Como ya dije ayer también, el “cerebro” parece haberse escapado a Costa de Marfil:
One of the suspects in custody declared, “I attacked him because he was a Jew, and the Jews are rich”. French authorities have no other choice than to pull their heads out
the sandtheir asses and confront the anti-Semitic nature of the crime. The ringleader is believed to have fled to the Ivory Coast. The MRAP (France’s local version of the NAACP) claims that suburban kids, as a population, are being given a bad rap.
el “cerebro” del crimen
(Noticia tomada de Pajamas Media)
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