[Ed. – Looks like the troubled, drug-dependent man from Tunisia suddenly sent his family €100,000 in the last few days prior to the attack in Nice. This would fit the longstanding pattern of moneybags patrons paying jihadis and/or their families for attacks. Funny how radical you can turn overnight for €100,000. Note: the UK Daily Mail gives the amount in British pounds and Tunisian dinars.]
ISIS killer Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel sent his family £84,000 just days before his Bastille Day atrocity, his brother told MailOnline.
The Islamic fanatic persuaded friends to smuggle the bundles of cash back to his family in their hometown of Msaken, Tunisia.
Although Bouhlel had been sending small sums of money to his family, his brother admitted that they were stunned by the size of the ‘fortune’.
‘He sent the money illegally. He gave cash to people he knew who were returning to our village and asked them to give it to the family.’ …
His father also insisted that Bouhlel was mentally ill and not a radicalised soldier as claimed today by ISIS.
Mohamed Mondher Lahouaiej Bouhlel, whose son killed at least 84 people on Bastille Day, told how he suffered from severe depression in an interview with French TV BMF.
‘From 2002 to 2004 he had problems that led to a nervous breakdown. …’