French teen admits she lied about teacher lesson that got him beheaded by Islamic terrorist

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

11 Mar 2021

A French teen has admitted to lying about her teacher showing a picture of the Prophet Mohammed which subsequently led to the teacher being beheaded by an Islamic terrorist just 10 days later.

The girls lie stated the teacher asked Muslim students to leave a classroom so he could show the picture of the Prophet. This led to the girl’s father, Brahim Chnina, 48, posting two videos on social media which caught the eye of Abdullakh Anzorov, 18, “a radicalized Chechen migrant living in Normandy and scouring the internet for a cause,” as The Guardian described him.

The girl, referred to only as Z, confessed to the investigating anti-terrorist judge that she had lied in hopes of covering up her suspension for skipping class and that she was not even in Paty’s class.

In actuality the victim Samuel Paty, is said to have invited Muslim pupils who thought they might be shocked to close their eyes or briefly stand in the corridor while he showed pupils a caricature of the Prophet from newspaper Charlie Hebdo during a lesson on the subject of free speech versus blasphemy.

The story she told to her dad was that after expressing her disagreement with the teacher he had suspended her from classes for two days.

“She would not have dared to confess to her father the real reasons for her exclusion shortly before the tragedy, which was in fact linked to her bad behaviour,” Le Parisien reported.

The girl has been charged with slander, and her father and another man, a known Islamist preacher, with “complicity in murder,” according to Agence France-Presse. The men are in jail awaiting trial.