Paris prosecutor Francois Molins delivers a speech in Nice, southern France, Friday July 15, 2016. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
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The man who killed 84 people in Nice had planned his attack in the days prior to Bastille Day and had recently developed an interest in radical Islam, the Paris prosecutor said Monday.Molins said that Bouhlel had in the days and two weeks prior to the July 14 attack sought to raise money through a bank loan, which was denied, a cash withdrawal and the sale of his car.He paid 1,600 euros ($1,772) on July 4 to hire the truck used to ram into dozens of people on Nice's Promenade des Anglais and in the immediate days prior to the attack, Bouhlel was caught twice on surveillance cameras rehearsing the journey that he would take on July 14, Molins said.
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