Was the Bastille Day terrorist bisexual?

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Kapitalis via AP Dawn Ennis

A cell phone that belonged to the Bastille Day killer in Nice, France, Mohamed Labouaiej Bouhlel, reportedly contained messages, photographs and videos of his lovers, both men and women.

Gay Star News reported that according to BFM TV news channel, Bouhlel took many selfies and made sex tapes with his partners.

CBS News reported he also used his phone to research the Orlando massacre that killed 49 people at a gay nightclub last month, and ISIS propaganda.¬†The group claimed Bouhlel was “a soldier for Islam.”

Some 200 police officers are reportedly investigating the data found on the phone, which was recovered from the truck Bouhlel used to kill 84 people last week by shooting them and running them over on the Promenade des Anglais.

Police ended his rampage by shooting him dead.

The phone also reportedly revealed he frequented gyms and salsa bars, and that he surfed websites that showed executions by ISIS.

The BBC reported his wife left him because of his “violent behavior.” Relatives told CBS News he had only been indoctrinated by the terror group within the last few weeks.

 

 

 

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