Et si Nemmouche n’était pas le tueur?

De nombreuses zones d’ombre apparaissent suite à nos révélations sur la présence d’un complice à Bruxelles. Explications en 7 points.

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(FILES) - This file picture released on June 1, 2014 and taken on August 15, 2005 shows the 29-year-old suspected gunman of a quadruple murder at the Brussels Jewish Museum, Mehdi Nemmouche. A French court on June 26, 2014 ordered the extradition to Belgium of Nemmouche, suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels on May 24 that killed four people. AFP PHOTO - RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE-NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
(FILES) - This file picture released on June 1, 2014 and taken on August 15, 2005 shows the 29-year-old suspected gunman of a quadruple murder at the Brussels Jewish Museum, Mehdi Nemmouche. A French court on June 26, 2014 ordered the extradition to Belgium of Nemmouche, suspected of carrying out a deadly shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels on May 24 that killed four people. AFP PHOTO - RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE-NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS ©AFP
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