On 26 June 2015, eyewitnesses report that FIVE terrorists arrived by boat for the attack on the hotels near Sousse.
Eyewitnesses say that two boats were used.
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“Some of them pretended to be tourists … Others took up positions wearing Tunisian army uniforms.”
On 26 June 2015, one gunman “was laughing and joking around, like a normal guy,’ said one witness. ‘He was choosing who to shoot. Some people, he was saying to them ‘you go away’. He was choosing tourists, British, French.'”
Was the gunman speaking in English or in French?
When I was last in Sousse I found that virtually no Tunisians could speak English.
This man turned out to be innocent and was later released.
The attack on the hotels looks like a sophisticated operation by certain security services, rather than an attack by a mad Moslem student.
“Friends told Sky News that even two days before the attack, Yacoubi showed no signs of radicalisation, visiting a cafe and going for a walk.”
The ‘gunman’ has been named as Seifeddine Yacoubi and as Seifeddine Rezgui, which adds to the confusion.
Seifeddine Yacoubi, also called Seifeddine Rezgui, was allegedly one of the shooters at the hotels in Port El Kantaoui
A policeman on the ground then reportedly shot dead the suspect.
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