PARIS — Blood tests dynamic Sunday that a suspected Islamic militant consumed drugs and ethanol before a frenzied debauch of assault that finished when he took a infantryman warrant at Paris’ Orly Airport and was shot passed by her associate patrolmen.
The Paris prosecutor’s bureau pronounced toxicology tests conducted as partial of an autopsy found traces of heroin and cannabis in the blood of the suspect, Ziyed Ben Belgacem. He also had 0.93 grams of ethanol per liter of blood when he died Saturday, the prosecutors’ bureau said. That is scarcely twice the authorised extent for pushing in France.
The 39-year-old Frenchman with a prolonged rapist record of drugs and spoliation offences stopped at a bar Saturday morning, around 4 hours before he first fired bird shot at traffic police. Then, 90 mins later, he pounded the military unit at Orly.
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