Suspected female accomplice of Paris attackers escaped to Turkey

2015-01-13 02:07:52 GMT2015-01-13 10:07:52(Beijing Time)  Agencies
Hayat Boumeddiene, the suspected female accomplice of Islamist militants behind attacks in Paris, is seen upon her arrival to Turkey in this still image taken from surveillance video at Sabiha Gokcen airport in Istanbul on January 2, 2015. Footage from a surveillance camera, published by Turkish Haberturk newspaper on January 12, purportedly showed the female accomplice of Islamist militants behind attacks in Paris. Boumeddiene was in Turkey five days before the killings and crossed into Syria on January 8, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was cited as saying on Monday by state-run Anatolian news agency. Hayat Boumeddiene, the suspected female accomplice of Islamist militants behind attacks in Paris, is seen upon her arrival to Turkey in this still image taken from surveillance video at Sabiha Gokcen airport in Istanbul on January 2, 2015. Footage from a surveillance camera, published by Turkish Haberturk newspaper on January 12, purportedly showed the female accomplice of Islamist militants behind attacks in Paris. Boumeddiene was in Turkey five days before the killings and crossed into Syria on January 8, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was cited as saying on Monday by state-run Anatolian news agency.
This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul
This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul
This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul
This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul
This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul This security camera video footage obtained by Haberturk television on Monday Jan. 12, 2015, shows Hayat Boumeddiene and a male travel companion arriving at Istanbul
Hayat Boumeddiene was trained be extremists. Hayat Boumeddiene was trained be extremists.
Hayat Boumeddiene was trained be extremists. Hayat Boumeddiene was trained be extremists.
Hayat Boumeddiene and her boyfriend Amedy Coulibaly. Hayat Boumeddiene and her boyfriend Amedy Coulibaly.

New video emerged today purportedly showing the romantic partner of one of the Paris attackers slipping into Turkey, days before her boyfriend killed five people as part of a dual terror attack, and before she fled towards terrorist safe havens in Syria.

According to Turkish media that published the videos, two clips show Hayat Boumeddiene, the girlfriend of Amedy Coulibaly, going through airport checkpoints Jan. 2, a week before Coulibaly is believed to have murdered five people, including a police officer, in Paris in what he claimed was an attack that was “synchronized” with the massacre at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo last Wednesday.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told Turkey’s state run media that Boumeddiene entered the country from Madrid on Jan. 2 and then crossed into Syria on Jan. 8, the same day Coulibaly murdered the French police officer.

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