Full report and lots of other data can be found here:
The synopsis in the report (pg. 17) states:
The accident resulted from the following succession of events:
-Temporary inconsistency between the measured airspeeds, likely following the obstruction of the Pitot probes by ice crystals that led in particular to autopilot disconnection and a reconfiguration to alternate law,
-Inappropriate control inputs that destabilized the flight path,
-The crew not making the connection between the loss of indicated airspeeds and the appropriate procedure,
-The PNF’s late identification of the deviation in the flight path and insufficient correction by the PF,
-The crew not identifying the approach to stall, the lack of an immediate reaction on its part and exit from the flight envelope,
-The crew’s failure to diagnose of the stall situation and, consequently, the lack of any actions that would have made recovery possible.
That doesn't seem to match the statement from the Air France people.