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France doubts, they have one more Muhammad Merah
14:21 07.04.2012
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Police in Paris have linked a 7.65mm gun to four separate murders in the Essone area of the capital since November, raising the possibility of another serial killer following the death of Mohamed Merah in Toulouse on 22 March.

The most suspicious similarity is that gunman fled on a motorbike each time, like Merah in the recent killings around Toulouse.

All the killings were carried out in and around Paris. The latest was on Thursday and the first in November of the last year, it means, before the world started talking about Toulouse terrorist.

French spec-services do not exclude the version that new suspected and Merah are members of the same criminal network.

Even though no terrorism link has been confirmed yet, Interior Minister Claude Gueant said they have to deal with serial killings and he vowed all would be done to solve the case. 

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