Paris Police Shooting: Clarissa Jean-Philippe shot a Female Police Officer?????

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Clarissa Jean-Philippe she and romantic partner Amedy Coulibaly had been wanted in connection with the Thursday shooting death of a 27-year-old policewoman. An incident believed to be tied to the Charlie Hebdo shooting it was originally reported that Boumediene was with Coulibaly when he held six people hostage in a Paris kosher supermarket on Friday. “A Turkish intelligence official told the Associated Press on Saturday that a woman with the same name and resembling a widely distributed photo of Hayat Boumeddiene, flew to Istanbul on Jan 26. Publicly identified suspect that police were seeking in connection with France's recent wave of terror attacks boumediene was considered to be the last last prime. Were shot dead in a separate hostage incident on Friday his brother Said cherif and the other suspect. It means she wasn't in town during Jean-Phillippe's death 2. Then disappeared ” USA Today reports 4. It also means that she wasn't in Paris during the massacre at the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Are unknown her exact involvement in those attacks as well as her current whereabouts, but with the new information. And it was originally believed that Boumediene somehow escaped on foot coulibaly was shot dead when officers stormed the shop.



While a police bulletin on Friday described her as armed and dangerous a massive manhunt had been underway for her. ” according to USA Today paris prosecutor Francois Molins revealed Boumediene “exchanged 500 phone calls in 2014 with the wife of Cherif Kouachi, on Friday one of the suspects in the Charlie Hebdo attack. If Boumediene truly left France on Jan. Authorities believe she traveled to Sanliurfa near the Syrian border on Jan. It appears that Hayat Boumediene according to USA Today and other sources wasn't even in France during this week's wave of terrorist attacks, the French female terror suspect on the run.
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