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Toulouse : France | Mar 29, 2012 at 7:19 AM PDT
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French Police Deny Reports They Have Arrested Mohammad Merah ..

French media reported on 28-3's father Mohamed Merah - shootings suspect that seven people were killed-Algeria has hired a lawyer to sue the French police force to court for "killing" his son.

Algerian lawyer said Mohamed Mokhtari Zahia Benalal Merah - father of Mohamed Merah - was to her lawyer's office on 27-3 and formally asked her to set up a case file a special police force France . The reason is he Merah conditions make this force did not follow the procedures in the arrest of Mohamed and arbitrarily killed his son.

Rachid Merah - his stepbrother of Mohamed, who lives in Algeria - also said that his brother had no connection with al-Qaeda network or the Taliban or any other terrorist organization in the world , which may have been "manipulated" by French intelligence. "If so why not the French police to kill it before it has a chance to speak in court. They can leave it completely live, "Rachid said.

Mohamed Merah - a young French Algerian origin - France shocked when doing the shootings that killed seven people.French police he was shot dead in separate apartments in Toulouse on rounding up 22-3 in the last 32 hours.

Father of Mohamed Merah information provided by the French police force led many countries politicians angry. "If I was the father of a monster so I'm going to shoot his mouth in shame," French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe said.

In addition to the plan initiated by the French police, Mohamed Merah family wants his body was moved to Algeria to be buried here. The authorities in Algeria have not accepted their proposal.

According to BBC, Reuters

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Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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