Monday, October 17, 2016

Police officers appear in the middle of the night on the Champs-Élysées, Le Figaro

Ten days after the attack of Viry-Châtillon, dozens of cars have disrupted the flow to 1 hour in the morning before dispersing.

dozens of police cars disrupted traffic on the Champs-Elysées in Paris, in the night of Monday to Tuesday, a mobilization night to express their discontent, ten days after the attack against police officers in Viry-Châtillon.

The police officers have travelled to the edge of unmarked vehicles belonging to the fleet of the official police, with flashing lights, around the Arc de Triomphe as well as on the most famous avenue in the world at around 1 in the morning, before dispersing. “We’re at the end,” explained one of them to a journalist of the Agence France-Presse. According to The new yorker, the event is part of the Saint-Louis hospital, where is hospitalized, a deputy of security, very seriously burned on the hands and face after having been wounded on 8 October by a jet of Molotov cocktail at Viry-Châtillon, Essonne). According to the daily, the gathering “has been organized without union organisation”. They were about 500 who came from all over the Île-de-France.

The attack very violent for the 8 October at Viry-Châtillon, had injured four police officers, including two seriously, near the city difficult to la Grande borne, Grigny, in an adjacent commune. A dozen people, “masked”, according to the authorities, had shattered the windows of two police vehicles and had burned to the ground by attempting to block the police officers inside. The vital prognosis of a deputy of security 28-year-old badly burned was “still committed” at the end of last week, while a guardian of the peace 39-year-old was out of the hospital in the beginning of this week, according to a police source.

Tuesday, October 11, hundreds of police had gathered in silence in front of the police stations of France, in solidarity with their colleagues attacked them, and had called for more resources and more firmness.


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