People observe a silence in Quentin-Fallavier, southeast of Lyon, France, Saturday June 27, 2015, to pay their respects to the victim of the attack which took place yesterday in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, June 26. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
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Leading suspect Yassine Salhi as well as his sister and wife remained in custody in the city of Lyon a day after he allegedly crashed a truck into an U.S.-owned chemical warehouse and hung his employer's severed head on a factory gate, officials said.Under French anti-terrorism laws, Salhi and the two women can be held up to four days before either being released or handed preliminary charges and locked up.The severed head appeared to mimic ISIS's practice of beheading prisoners and displaying their heads for all to see, and came days after the militants urged attacks during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. French authorities say Salhi had links to radical Salafists in the past.
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