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French police have arrested an Iraqi refugee accused of being an Isil ‘executioner’ who took part in the massacre of hundreds of air force cadets in Iraq.
The suspect may have tried to enter Britain before being granted asylum as a political refugee in France, as he spent time in the Calais ‘Jungle’ migrants’ camp used as a base for those trying to cross the Channel before it was bulldozed in 2016.
Later he stayed at a migrants’ centre in Caen, near the Cherbourg ferry port.
The article states that the arrested suspect came to France in 2015, mixed in among thousands of families fleeing war in Syria, and allegedly took part in the 2014 massacre of over 1,500 unarmed Iraqi air force cadets in Tikrit. The report goes on to state the following:
He was captured in a dramatic dawn raid by armed police on a Normandy council block in March, but news of the arrest has only just emerged.
The caretaker of the block in the town of Lisieux, where the suspect lived on the 10th floor with other refugees, said: “The police were dressed in black and wore hoods that masked their faces.”
The caretaker, who declined to be named, added: “When they took him away, they put a white hood over his head and pointed their guns at the building. It was just like on TV.”
The suspect, named as Ahmed H-M, 33, was identified by a man who shared a prison cell with him in Tikrit, Iraq, where he was reportedly jailed for fighting against Iraqi government forces.
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