Wife killed after updating facebook
The woman, who refused to be identified, said her husband knew Abballa, though police at the scene would not say whether the raids were linked directly to the police attack.The Islamic State's Amaq news agency released a video that showed Abballa confessing, "I just killed a police officer and his wife," warning that attackers would launch other "surprises" during the ongoing Euro 2016 soccer tournament.The video appears to have been recorded inside the home of the couple as security forces closed in.Before the standoff ended, Abballa, a French national with a prior terrorism conviction and ties to jihadists based in Pakistan, made a horrific appeal to his Facebook followers, writing, "I don't know what I'm going to do with the boy." Jean-Baptiste Salvaing, 42, was not in uniform when he was ambushed and stabbed repeatedly in the stomach outside of his home shortly before 8.30 p.m. His wife, a 36-year-old secretary at a local police station, was killed with a knife inside the residence while the couple's 3-year-old son hid behind a couch.The Orlando Police Department was called to the couple’s home on Tuesday, days after authorities say Kristen Mc Shane was killed.Officers found George Mc Shane inside his sport-utility vehicle that was parked in the garage with the engine running, the affidavit said. They found Kristen Mc Shane’s body in the master bedroom, under a comforter. He lost his temper, jumped on his wife and choked her to death, according to the affidavit.Later in the day, police carried out several hours of raids in the Paris suburb of Mantes-la-Jolie, where Abballa lived.A young pregnant woman wearing a hijab and an Islamic robe said her husband had been taken into custody from the building in the Musiciens neighborhood as police searched her home.
Word that Abbala had recorded the 12-minute video of the attack and posted it on Facebook Live shocked the nation Tuesday morning. "The toll is a heavy one," Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet told reporters at the scene, his voice heavy with emotion.
There also were responses to people’s suggestions for how to fix the phone. “If it’s not working, I’m gonna bring it to Verizon after George gets home from work and see if they’ll give me one.” [‘Just stop, Daddy’: A lawmaker beat his wife as his children pleaded with him, officials say] Kristen Mc Shane’s profile picture also was changed twice on Jan.
8 — first to a photo of her smiling and painting a snowman, and again, just two minutes later, to one of a little girl sleeping.
A multi-state manhunt is underway, for a man who police say shot his ex-wife and killed his son - then gave a chilling confession live on Facebook.
Earl Valentine is accused of kicking in the back door of his ex-wife's Norlina, North Carolina home early Tuesday morning and shooting her in the chest.