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Inside massacre newsroom: Chilling image reveals blood-soaked papers strewn across Charlie Hebdo office after 12 were shot dead

From Daily Mail
By Mark Duell for MailOnline and Paul Bentley and David Williams and Claire Duffin In Paris For The Daily Mail
Published: 13:51 EST, 8 January 2015 | Updated: 21:37 EST, 8 January 2015

  • Chilling image from building in Paris shows blood-stained wooden floors and papers strewn across the corridor
  • Horrific footage shows officer Ahmed Merabet – believed to be Muslim – being shot in the head at point-blank range 
  • The 42-year-old married officer seen raising his hand in an appeal for mercy, as he lies wounded on the pavement  
  • Masked gunmen stormed Charlie Hebdo magazines headquarters in Paris with AK-47s shouting ‘Allahu akbar!’
  • They stalked building asking for people’s names before killing editor, three cartoonists and the deputy chief editor 
  • Militants believed to be from Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula which was behind plane bomb plots in US and UK
  • Three suspects said to be all French citizens – a homeless teenage man aged 18, and two brothers aged 32 and 34 
  • Gunmen identified as Said Kouachi, 34, and his brother Cherif, 32, as well as Hamyd Mourad, 18, from Reims
  • Mourad surrendered to police ‘after seeing his name on social media’ and was arrested, source close to case said
  • Britain offered for MI5 and MI6 to join hunt as border guards were on high alert for suspects attempting to flee to UK

With blood spilt on sketch papers and stained in footprints on the floor, this is the awful aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo massacre.

The first photograph of the office shows the utter devastation caused when Islamic fanatics stormed the magazine’s offices as its journalists met to discuss a conference on racism.

In the chaos which followed, the office was turned upside down. This shocking image was published online last night by France’s Le Monde newspaper.

Shocking: The chilling image from the Charlie Hebdo office shows blood-stained wooden floors, papers strewn across the corridor

Six of the Charlie Hebdo journalists and staff members killed in Wednesday’s attack are pictured together in this photo, taken in 2000. Circled top from left is Philippe Honore, Georges Wolinski, Bernard Maris and Jean Cabut. Below them on the stairs, from left, is editor Stephane Charbonnier and cartoonist Bernard ‘Tignous’ Verlhac

Members of the French police special force GIPN carry out searches in Corcy, northern France, as part of an investigation into the attack

Armed: Members of the GIPN and RAID, French police special forces, walk in Corcy, northern France, as they carry out searches as part of an investigation into a deadly attack the day before by armed gunmen on the Paris offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo

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