Mohammed told news channel France 24's editor Ebba Kalondo two hours before the raid he had 'filmed everything' with a small video camera and 'intended to put the videos online'. He has been described as 'armed and dangerous' with a cache including an Uzi machine gun and Kalashnikov assault rifle, with police saying he is likely to kill again.
It has also emerged he was being tracked by French security services 'for years' and had broken out of a jail in Kandahar, Afghanistan, as part of a mass Taliban escape in 2008.
He started his killing spree on March 11. So, it took the French police and security apparatus ten days to catch him. This is what happens when Islamic mayhem meets state incompetence.