An investigator working outside the Bataclan concert hall, in Paris Nov. 14, 2015 . (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)
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Even under extended police questioning, Samy Amimour never hid his disdain for France, his desire to leave, or his belief that the apocalypse was near.Three years later, Amimour returned from Syria, gunned down dozens of innocents at a rock show, and died inside the Bataclan with a suicide belt strapped to his body.Court documents, transcripts of hours of investigator interviews, and phone and bank records seen by the Associated Press trace the path of Amimour and two of his closest friends from the Paris suburb of Drancy to Syria's war zone.Amimour grew up on the third floor of a small building; the tidy houses of his two friends are a short walk away.Investigators have not publicly pinpointed when Amimour returned to France. His family apparently learned he had returned only after he was identified as one of the suicide attackers inside the Bataclan on Nov. 13, 2015 .
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