Well, it was 3 more than those pussies in Canada could muster, but offing only 4 is not going to get you much street cred.
Police seek clues in French shooting
Investigators identified two of four people Friday who died in a mysterious attack in the foothills of the Alps this week.
They also said a witness reported seeing a green 4x4 vehicle and a motorbike near the site of the killings, in a mountainous and wealthy area of eastern France.
British nationals Saad al-Hilli and his wife were among three people whose bodies were found in a car, shot to death in a secluded parking lot, French prosecutor Eric Maillaud said. The identity of a third person who was killed in the car is not yet clear.
The fourth victim, French cyclist Sylvain Mollier, was found with a gunshot to the head in the same parking lot off a forested road, near the village of Chevaline.
The identities of those in the car were confirmed by al-Hilli's 4-year-old daughter, who spent several hours in the vehicle, apparently immobilized by fear, Maillaud said. Her 7-year-old sister was found, severely injured, outside the car. She is under medical protection and cannot yet be spoken to.
A British cyclist who was the first to discover the bodies near Annecy, meanwhile, told police he saw a green 4x4 vehicle and a motorbike near the site of the killings, the prosecutor said. The witness, who is a former serviceman, did not hear anything but pointed out to police that he was carrying out strenuous activity, Maillaud said. The prosecutor said 4x4 vehicles are not unusual in the area.
Maillaud has opened a judicial investigation for murder and attempted murder in the case, Joelle Robert of the Annecy prosecutor's office told CNN.
Maillaud said autopsies would be carried out Friday. The results are expected later Friday or Saturday morning, CNN affiliate BFM-TV reported.
The grisly case has captured headlines in France and Britain, sparking wide speculation about possible motives for the killings, from a family feud to a drug deal gone wrong.
Al-Hilli's brother went to the police voluntarily after learning from the media that his relatives had been shot to find out what had happened, Maillaud said. He told police there had been no conflict with his dead brother, as had been reported, Maillaud said.
French authorities have said they are ruling nothing out in their investigation into what Maillaud described as an act of "extreme savagery."
French and British news reports have identified al-Hilli as an Iraqi-born engineer who lived in Claygate in Surrey, south of London, with his wife and two daughters.
Surrey Police have said they are helping police in Annecy with their investigation into the killings, though they haven't given further details. Officers from Surrey Police were stationed Thursday outside the house identified by neighbors as that of al-Hill
4 more years!
Dud the Dooright will eventually ask the FBI for help. Can you just imagine how stupid the Canadian police are? .. dumber than Russ.
Definitely a matter for Homeland Security!
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strange case, iraqi people, swedish and british passports, no real motives (not for the money for sure) they shot a cyclist who was passing by, look like execution style.
As of last night, they said that it could be about a family feud regarding inherited property. It's on TV again now here in London.
Oh, kc, the pussy shooter was in Quebec. They should take lessons from the real French shooter. He's waaaaay more accurate.