Charlie Hebdo widow: “I want to know the truth about the attacks”

Charlie Hebdo widow:

Writer Maryse Wolinski was 44 years married to Georges Wolinski, one of the artists of Charlie Hebdo on January 7th, 2015 was slain killed the attack on the magazine’s headquarters in Paris. At the French regional newspaper Le Dauphiné Libéré let them know to have doubts about the official version of events.

She has done research herself and encountered a number of irregularities. “I want to know the truth about the attacks,” she said.

Georges Wolinski was one of the best known and best cartoonists of France. The jew born in Tunisia at age 12 moved with his family to France a few years later in Paris to study architecture. He graduated, never done comics and cartoons had him in its grip.

The attack took place on a day when almost everyone was in the newsroom. “That never happened, but they were there,” said Wolinski. They will find this highly suspicious.

The widow also discovered “many” contradictions between security measures that were recommended by the police headquarters and the actual security of the office of Charlie Hebdo.

Death Certificate

“I’d also like to know why my husband’s death certificate was signed at 11.30 while the brothers Kouachi at 11.33 am arrived at Charlie Hebdo,” Wolinski said. “I have been following my own unofficial investigation many questions I want to ask the investigating judge.”

The research of the widow is reminiscent of the Jersey Girls, four American women who lost their husbands during the attacks on September 11, 2001 and George W. Bush after 9/11 put the fire on the shins.