decapitated

Macron denounces 'terrorist attack' after teacher who gave freedom of expression lesson is decapitated

France

The murder of 47-year-old history teacher Samuel Paty from near Paris who had shown his class caricatures of the prophet Muhammad as part of a lesson on freedom of expression has been greeted with shock and anger in France. The 18-year-old suspect, believed to be a Russian of Chechen origin, and named later as Abdoullakh Abouyezidovitch A., was later shot dead by police. Eleven people have also been questioned by police as part of an anti-terrorist investigation. President Emmanuel Macron, who visited the scene of the murder at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, a suburb north-west of Paris, on Friday October 16th said: “One of our compatriots was murdered today because he taught ... his students about freedom of expression, freedom to believe or not believe.”

Macron says murdered teacher had been defending 'freedom of expression'

France — Link

Visiting the scene of the murder near Paris, the president said the attack should not  divide France because that is what terrorists wanted.

Macron says murdered teacher had been defending 'freedom of expression'

France — Document

Visiting the scene of the murder near Paris, the president said the attack should not  divide France because that is what terrorists wanted.