In a morgue in Paris the three terrorists who killed 17 people in France last week still remains. Nobody seems to want to bury them.
Police have kept the bodies of Amedy Coulibaly and the brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi in one week, but still no one have made contact to get them extradited.
The Kouachi brothers killed twelve people in the attack against satire magazine Charlie Hebdo, January 7, while Coulibaly the two following days killed a policewoman and four Jews in Paris.
According to French law, dead people should either be buried in the municipality where they died, or where they lived, French media writes. Another possibility is that the family of the deceased decides where the funeral will take place.
But no municipalities have requested to get the bodies extradited and no relatives have stepped forward.
- If we are asked to do it, we'll do it. But we'd rather avoid it, authorities in Dammartin-en-Goële, where the brothers were killed when police went into action, says to Le Figaro.
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