Normandy church was on target list seized in French counterterror raid
The church in Normandy where two ISIS terrorists murdered an 84-year-old priest and another man on Tuesday was on a list of targets discovered by French police during one of their counterterror raids in April. The police revealed that one of the terrorists, a 19-year-old Muslim of Algerian origin, had been released on bail following two attempts to join Islamic State in Syria. He was wearing an electronic tag but was allowed to go out during the morning hours. A 16-year-old minor has been arrested on suspicion of being linked to the attack on the Saint Etienne du Rouvray church.