A hardline jihadi’s cryptic tweets suggest that ISIS may have known the Charlie Hebdo offices were going to be attacked prior to Wednesday’s bloody massacre in Paris which left 12 dead.
The two men suspected of carrying out the mass slaughter have been linked with the Yemen-based Al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in the days following the attack.
But the jihadi, who fights within ISIS-controlled territory in Iraq and Syria, posted a tweet hinting at the killing a day prior to the attack.
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The fighter’s first tweet (pictured), posted a day before the attack, cryptically referred to ‘snail-eating people’