Surrounded, Charlie Hebdo Suspects 'Want To Die As Martyrs'
French police say the two main suspects in the Charlie Hebdo attack are surrounded, but they may have taken a hostage.By Cliff Judy | January 9, 2015
French police believe they have two men considered the main suspects in the Charlie Hebdo terror attack cornered, but it appeared as of Friday morning that Cherif and Said Kouachi don't plan on negotiating a surrender and may have taken a hostage.
Police now have a building widely reported as a printing company surrounded in Dammartin-en-Goele, a city about 20 miles outside Paris. Officials told reporters the suspects stole a car and exchanged gunfire with officers before holing up in the building. (Video via Sky News & BFMTV)
Investigators believe the Kouachi brothers opened fire inside the satirical magazine's offices on Wednesday killing 12 people before fleeing Paris. (Video via The Telegraph)