Teacher’s killer paid students to identify him, French prosecutor says

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    The 18-year-old Chechen who beheaded a French teacher for showing caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad in a civics class paid students in front of the school to identify him, anti-terrorism public prosecutor Jean-François Ricard told reporters at a news conference on Tuesday in which he unveiled details of the investigation.

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