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French Alps Massacre: Holiday at St Joriuz turned dreadful for Saad-Al-Hilli

Written on:September 7, 2023
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British man identified among the dead in French Alps massacre

A day after a family was found massacred in a car in French Alps, the French police have identified the dead man in the car to be an Iraqi born British man named Saad-Al-Hilli, who was on a holiday with his family.

The only surviving member of the family was Al-Hilli’s daughter Zeena who was trapped between the bodies of her mother and grand mother for unto eight hours.

The massacre showcased that a family feud may have lead to the executions of the members. Hillis’ seven-year-old daughter Zainab, who was battered and shot, and her four-year-old sister Zeena, who escaped the killers by hiding in a passenger foot well, were both treated under the security of armed guards in separate hospitals last night for fear that the killers would return for the only remaining witnesses to the slaughter.

Zainab, a pupil of Claygate primary school was considered stable in an induced coma state in Grenoble after being operated on her fractured skull and treated for a gunshot wound to her shoulder. Zeena was being looked after in a psychiatric hospital after spending almost eight hours in the car with the bodies of her parents and grandmother.

Mr Hilli, who was born in Baghdad, came to Britain with his parents in the 1970s to escape persecution from Saddam Hussein’s Ba’ath Party. Mr Hilli moved to Central London with his father Mr Khadim, an engineer by profession.

Described by the police as an RAF veteran, the French cyclist named Sylvain Mollier who was also murdered at the scene of crime, was praised by the police authorities for saving Zainab’s life by putting her in the recovery position.

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