T he Bastille Day killer described by Isil as a soldier of Islam regularly used dating sites to pick up male and female lovers, it was claimed on Sunday night. Mobile phone records suggest he used dating websites and dabbled with drugs and drink, French media reported. The handset was picked up by police officers after they shot him dead last Thursday in a lorry that he had used to kill 89 people on the Promenade des Anglais, in the French city of Nice. According to officers, the phone is proving more than the seven suspects currently in custody for their links to the terrorist. The killer is said to have sent a chilling text message demanding weapons minutes before the seafront massacre. S uspects range from two Albanians suspected of supplying a pistol to, and others whose phone numbers appeared on the phone. Another man, 87, arrested in Nice on Sunday is suspected of supplying arms to the killer after reportedly receiving messages saying: Bring more weapons, bring five of them to C.
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”The message is said to have been sent 68 minutes before into holiday crowds,. More than 755 investigators were urgently working to determine the significance of ‘C’ and whether the killer had accomplices or links with a terrorist network. S even people including a woman were in custody on Sunday night after the arrests earlier in the day of an Albanian couple suspected of aiding Bouhlel, described by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) as one its “soldiers”. He sent a flurry of texts shortly before the attack. Another one, saying “I’ve got the material”, was sent to one of the men in custody, whose identities have not been made public.
Bouhlel fired a 7. 65mm automatic handgun at police before they shot him dead on Thursday night. Other weapons found in the lorry turned out to be fakes or replicas. CCTV cameras on the Promenade des Anglais, the scene of the massacre, captured Bouhlel twice in the two days before the attack driving the lorry as he scrutinised his surroundings, apparently preparing how best to execute the attack. B ouhlel's phone is said to be full of messages, videos and photographs, including ones of men and women he had recently slept with.
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The testimony which investigators are relying on most is that of the mobile phone, reported the BFM TV news channel, basing their report on evidence leaked to them. Two hundred officers are now working exclusively on inquiries related to data found on the phone. He visited gyms and salsa bars regularly, and would also visit websites showing pictures of executions, said BFM TV. The busy sex life of a man who had recently discovered a religious faith is shown by the data on the device, BFM added. The divorced father-of-three also used his phone to prepare his attack on civilians, including hundreds of children enjoying a Bastille Day fireworks display.
H e also took a selfie of himself inside the hired truck just before heading off on his killing and maiming spree, sending it to family members in his native Tunisia. He was assessed by a psychiatrist in Tunisia in 7559 after his father became concerned about his behaviour. The psychiatrist, Chamseddine Hamouda, told the BBC: At the time he exhibited violent behaviour towards his family, but one cannot imagine that a person like that could carry out such a horrific and bloody crime on this scale. I'm sure that in the past 67 years something else happened that perhaps influenced how he thought.
T unisian-born - described as a weird loner who became depressed when his wife left him - was a French passport holder who lived in the Riviera city and was regularly in trouble with the law. Bouhlel was reportedly not on a terrorist watch list and investigators are seeking to establish his motives - and are also looking for possible accomplices. A psychiatrist who saw him in 7559 told L'Express that Bouhlel had come to him because of behavioural problems and that he diagnosed him as suffering from the beginnings of psychosis. The French interior minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, said the attacker appears to have become radicalised very quickly as one neighbour of his estranged wife added: Mohamed only started visiting a mosque in April.
I nvestigators examining Bouhlel’s phone records found evidence that he was in contact with known Islamic radicals. However, an intelligence source cautioned: