France: Wounded girl from Alps massacre says she saw 'one bad man'
The British girl left for dead after the French Alps massacre only saw one ‘bad man’, police said yesterday.
Zainab Al-Hilli, seven, returned to the UK yesterday, eight days after she was shot in the shoulder and beaten around the head.
Last night a source close to the investigation said: ‘She told us there was only one killer, who she called a bad man.’
This is likely to mean that he reloaded at least once as he carried out the terrible bloodbath.
Doctors who treated her in Grenoble said she suffered brain injuries and could lose sight in one eye.
However they have been surprised by the speed of her recovery and allowed her to leave hospital with two relatives and British police officers at 8am yesterday.
The news comes as it was revealed that police are looking for for a black Mitsubishi Pajero with British number plates in relation to shooting.
The car is believed to have been seen in the area around Lake Annecy where the killings took place.
'It's crucial that we find this car,' said a prosecuting source. It was also revealed that the driver of the Mitsubishi ‘had dark complexion and looked nervous’.
Zainab Al-Hilli, seven, was considered well enough to travel back to the UK and the party left with Zainab due to be cared for at a secret location.
She was orphaned in the horrific attack which saw her father Saad Al-Hilli, 50, killed alongside his wife Ikbal, 47, and his mother-in-law Suhaila Al-Allaf, 74, as they sat in a BMW close to Lake Annecy, eastern France.
Zainab was found staggering around outside the car by Brett Martin, a former RAF man who cycled towards the bloodbath by chance on September 5th.
The Holy Qur'an warns mankind about killing others, it states:
"On account of this, We prescribed for the children of Israel that whosoever killed a person...it shall be as if he had killed all mankind; and whoso gave life to one, it shall be as if he had given life to all mankind." [Holy Qur'an, 5:33]
The Ahmadiyya Post, France. 15 Sept 2012