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In the wake of the attack at the Paris Police Prefecture, seven radicalized police officers were disarmed

2019-10-30T15:25:44.245Z

The Paris police chief, Didier Lallement, was auditioned Wednesday on the malfunctions that led to the death of four agents on 3 October.



Seven policemen were "disarmed" following reports of radicalization "since October 3" , date of the attack at the police headquarters of Paris, announced Wednesday, October 30, the Paris police chief before the commission of investigation of the National Assembly. Didier Lallement added that he had asked for "three suspensions" of which "one" was implemented. In addition, 48 reports are being processed, including 33 since the tragedy.

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The inquiry commission of the National Assembly conducts hearings on the conditions and other "malfunctions" that led to the death of four police nearly a month ago. "It is not a matter of a political trial, nor to encroach on the field of judicial inquiry in progress," explained last week Eric Ciotti, MP Republicans and chairman of this committee, whose rapporteur is Florent Boudié (The Republic on the move).

On 3 October, Mickaël Harpon, who was in charge of the computer maintenance of the Intelligence Directorate of the Prefecture of Police, killed four of his colleagues before being shot dead. Converted to Islam for about ten years, he attended members of the Salafist movement. However, no link with a terrorist organization has emerged at this stage of the investigation.

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Source: lemonde

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