Charlie Hebdo attack: Said Kouachi's wife says he 'was acting normally'
The wife of Said Kouachi who murdered 12 people at the offices of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo has claimed her husband had been acting normally before the attack.
Soumya Kouachi's lawyer Antoine Flasaquier said his client claimed she had known nothing about her husband's plans to attack staff at the satirical magazine.
However, she admitted that nobody was likely to believe her that she had been unaware of the plot.
14 Jan 2015
- From the section Europe