French anti-terrorism judges have indicted two men believed to have supplied weapons to the gunman killed at Paris’Orly Airport after attacking soldiers, a new report has stated.
The suspects were charged on Friday for “association with terrorist criminals” for their involvement in the airport attack.
Both suspects, aged 30 and 43, are from the Paris area and lived close to Ziyed Ben Belgacem, the assailant. The two are presently held in police custody.
The 30-year-old suspect was said to have handed the revolver to Ben Belgacem while the 43-year-old suspect witnessed it.