Four children who were victims of a stabbing incident in a playground in the French Alps are now safe in life-threatening condition but remain in the hospital for medication and observation. The attacker was charged with attempted murder during the preliminary hearing.
The young victims of the France stabbing incident are now recovering
Last Saturday, the French jurors charged the suspect of four counts of attempted murder to a man responsible f stabbing young children and two adults in a French Alps Park during the preliminary hearing.
The suspect in the stabbing was a 31-year-old Syrian immigrant with permanent Swedish residency. The suspect has a young daughter who lives in Sweden. The witnesses of the stabbing incident told the investigators that the suspect mentioned Jesus Christ, his daughter, and his wife during the stabbing attack last Thursday, which targeted young children at a playground in the French Alps Park.
The victims come from different countries, and they are safe in life-threatening conditions. The young children stabbing victims are between 22 months and three years old.
The stabbing suspect applied for refuge in France last year and was rejected
The suspect in the French stabbing fueled renewed criticism from conservative politicians about French migration rules. But police authorities reminded that the suspect entered France legally because he is a permanent resident in Sweden. France and Sweden are both members of the EU.
The suspect applied for refuge in France last year and was rejected a few days before the stabbing attack. The reason was that he had already won refuge in Sweden in 2013.