Sunday, May 15, 2016

VIDEO. Labor law: a high school student indicted in Nantes for “attempted murder on a police officer” – Le Point

“It’s a signal we expected,” responded Sunday on France Info Thierry Spitz, representative of the Alliance police union in the Loire Valley. After two days in custody, a high school student 18 years was indicted in Nantes. He was remanded in custody for “attempted murder” against a police officer hit in the head with kicks and iron bars during a protest on 3 May, are we learned Sunday from the floor. The boy, whose criminal record, was remanded in custody. He faces the seats.

Analyses current

During the demonstration against the labor law on May 3 in Nantes, a police commander who was ahead of his squadron found itself isolated deal with demonstrators. The official received a first blow from behind, which did fall. Once on the ground, a group of five to six young lunged at the victim, pulling off his helmet, before hitting him on the head with kicks and iron bar. Taken to hospital, the police commander had emerged with fifteen stitches to the head and face.

The high school student was arrested Thursday while participating in a new event. At his hearing, he acknowledged having brought down the policeman, but without wearing her shots, according to prosecutors. Scientific analyzes are ongoing, including the iron bar used by the attackers, the source said.


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