PARIS – The French authorities are going off of an anti-semitic motive for the murder of the 85-year-old Mireille Knoll in Paris. That reports news agency AFP on the basis of sources in the Public Ministry.
In connection with the violent death of Knoll, last Friday, two men were arrested. They are officially a suspect. It would go to a neighbor of the woman. He would have her and have already threatened, of which the declaration is made.
Emergency services found the woman Friday dead in her apartment in the easterly of eleventh arrondissement of the city. The 85-year-old lived there alone. A preliminary autopsy revealed that multiple times stabbed with a knife. Knoll survived the largest raid in France was held, the roundup of the Vel d’Hiv in Paris in 1942.