It truly is amazing how a person’s most confidential mental health records can be accessed by the media (or the police) before they even get his name.
A FEMALE police officer has been stabbed in the throat at a police station in the French city of Toulouse…
A man, reported to be of Algerian origin, tried to grab the officer’s gun and it is understood that when he failed, he pulled out a knife, repeatedly stabbing her in the throat.
The woman is in a serious condition…
I think we’re reaching a point where it almost doesn’t matter now what the motive is – or is said to be. An Algerian, you say?:
The motive behind the attack is unclear.
Not to worry. The favorite new explanation:
… the attacker was known to local authorities for having psychological issues.
No need to worry about Islam or culture, then.
It’s so odd that his mental illness makes him attack just what you’d expect a jihadi to attack:
A French police officer has been stabbed by an Algerian man who French media say has a history of violence including attempting to firebomb a synagogue.
More psychological issues:
France: Two men who attacked a young couple for eating a pizza topped with ham have been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Youness Boussaid and Fatah Bouzid, both 27, launched a brutal attack on the pair after warning them they would “go to hell” because the pizza they were eating contained ham.
The victims left Le Mix Bar, a nightclub in Cambrésis, France, where they had spent the evening, and ordered pizza from a nearby food vendor. They were approached by Boussaid and Bouzid soon after, who offered the young couple cocaine.
Noticing ham on the pizza, the two Arabs told the pair they would “go to hell” for eating it. Islam forbids the consumption of meat from pigs.
Seeking to humiliate the woman, the assailants caressed her blonde hair and forced fingers into her nose, which caused her to fall and lose consciousness. When her companion tried to protect her, the two Arabs began to beat the young man before security staff from Le Mix Bar intervened.