All the while he was killing them, the dirtbag live-streamed the murders on Facebook.
The attack took place in Magnanville, about 35 miles north of Paris. It lasted for 3 hours and ended when French commandoes stormed the home, rescued the little boy and killed the Muslim attacker, Larossi Abballa, 25.
It's Ramadan--that's how Islamic terrorists celebrate their 'holy' month.
The same day, police raided homes in the suburb of Mantes-la-Jolie, where the scumcrumpet Abballa lived. One young woman covered in a hijab said that her husband knew Abballa and was taken into custody by police. She refused to be identified. Police didn't say if the raids were linked to the Abballa situation.
ISIS released a video via Amaq news, their news agency. It showed Abballa confessing, 'I just killed a police officer and his wife," and warning of "surprise" attacks during the Euro 2016 soccer tournament.
So if the spectators don't go around attacking each other and starting fires inside the stadium, ISIS may get the ball rolling.
As the standoff was still going on, Abballa told his Facebook 'friends' writing "I don't know what I'm going to do with the boy."
The police chief was not in uniform when the attack took place. He was cowardly ambushed and stabbed repeatedly in the stomach. His wife, 36, was killed with a knife inside their home while the little boy hid behind the couch.
The French Interior minister called the Islamic terrorist act "an abject terrorist act," leaving out the offending word "Islamic" so as not to anger peaceful Muslims and provoking them into picking up knives and going all extremist on infidels.
Three men with possible close ties to Abballa were brought in for questioning shortly after the attack.
The video Abballa made during the attack lasted 12 minutes and he even tweeted twice during the killings, proving the level of sickness some people have for their Smartphones.
Authorities found the Holy Koran, a headscarf (for modesty) and two other books in the vehicle used by Abballa. They also found a list of Abballa's future targets in his home that included police officers and journalists who may have written the word "Islam" in their articles.
Interestingly, Abballa was sentenced to 3 years in prison in 2013, including 6 months suspended for attempting to recruit jihadists to fight in Pakistan, the BBC reported.
This appears to be yet another example of how the laws that are supposed to be in place to protect the innocent, are not adequate or not being properly enforced.
Had Abballa remained in prison, or had been deported to the country he was trying to recruit others to kill for, at least two people would still be alive today and one toddler would not spend the rest of his life traumatized.