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Police officers injured in Val-de-Marne: Darmanin denounces a "real assassination attempt"


Two days after a mortar fire that injured three members of the security forces, six people are in police custody.

“We came close to the drama”


The expression is from the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, who went on Monday July 26 in the evening to Bonneuil-sur-Marne (Val-de-Marne) to

"give his full support"

to the police the day after what he describes as a

“real assassination attempt”


Sunday evening, in the midst of an intervention for a motorcycle rodeo

"involving around forty individuals"

according to the Paris police headquarters, a police car from the Créteil Anti-Crime Brigade (BAC) was the victim of gunfire. firework mortar.

Read also: Val-de-Marne: three police officers injured during an intervention for a motorcycle rodeo

Three policemen were injured, one

"seriously burned"

according to the national delegate of SGO Police FO Unit Linda Kebbab, the other two injured in the eardrums.

"Wanting to hurt or kill"

"To fire mortars against police officers is to want to injure or kill them"

, wrote on Twitter Gérald Darmanin, promising a

"firm response from the State

" to these "

violent acts against our police officers".

Six arrests took place, recalled the politician during his trip to Bonneuil-sur-Marne, alongside the Minister for Housing and regional councilor of Île-de-France Emmanuelle Wagon and the Paris police prefect. Didier Lallement.

"I would like to congratulate [the Val-de-Marne staff who intervened to carry out these arrests]"

, underlined Gérald Darmanin.

"Under very difficult conditions, they arrested six people who are still in



, which

"now allows the investigation to move forward"


Source: lefigaro

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