Suspected Terrorist Arrested, Identified as Russian Soldier

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( – A 26-year-old man has been detained by France’s domestic intelligence service as a suspected terrorist. The suspect, identified as a Russian-Ukrainian national, triggered a bomb on Monday, June 3rd inside a room at the B&B Hotel at Charles de Gaulle airport. The explosion caused severe burns to the suspect’s head, neck, and hand. According to the National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor’s Office (PNAT), the man was treated by a fire brigade following the explosion.

Officials found materials inside the suspect’s hotel room “intended to manufacture explosive devices.” The type of explosive materials discovered included a chemical called Triacetone Triperoxide (TATP), frequently referred to as “Mother of Satan” by ISIS and Al-Qaeda terrorist groups. Investigators also found batteries covered in plastic rigged with matches, powder, lighters, and other “improvised bomb-making equipment.”

The suspect has not been named, but an anonymous source claims the man is from Donbas in Eastern Ukraine and fought with the Russian Army for two years. The threat of potential Russian attacks in Europe has intensified since the beginning of the Russian-Ukraine war. PNAT found evidence the suspected terrorist was plotting to target companies supplying weapons to Ukraine.

The explosion occurred two days before the planned arrival of U.S. President Joe Biden who flew to France to observe the 80th anniversary of D-Day along with other world leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron, King Charles, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Rishi Sunak, and Justin Trudeau. The case is being handled by anti-terror prosecutors and the suspect is being held by the General Directorate for Internal Security, France’s domestic intelligence agency.

The Secret Service has diligently followed the events pertaining to the suspect’s arrest. There has been no impact on President Biden’s schedule as a result of the incident.

France has raised the country’s security alert to the highest level as the upcoming Olympic Games will be held in Paris from July 26th until August 11th.

Officials in Paris have indicated that French President Emmanuel Macron intends to “ramp up support for Ukraine” which has caused concern in Moscow.

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