French police arrested four men aged from 30 to 36 years old, suspected of supplying arms to terrorists, who three years ago committed the attack on the editor of the satirical publication Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish shop in the Hyper-Cacher, AFP reports.
Based on the available information, the suspects were arrested on January 29-30. The consequence establishes their role in assisting terrorists.
Recall, January 7, 2015, terrorists attacked the Paris edition of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. The attack killed 12 people and another 10 injured. Nine of those killed were members of its editorial Board. The attack was carried out by Islamist brothers said and Sheriff Koichi and Amadi Coulibaly, who took revenge on journalists for the publication of caricatures of the prophet Muhammad. After the attack on the editor of Charlie Hebdo, Coulibaly shot a policewoman on the southern outskirts of Paris and then seized the store, the Hyper-Cacher, which killed four people. Later, three terrorists were destroyed.