Being a field cop means being ready.
To come under fire in a Lyon suburb or to be targeted by traffickers somewhere near Alençon.
But will we ever be able to prepare for what the police officers of the Paris night anti-crime brigade (BAC 75N) discovered at the Bataclan this evening of November 13, 2015?
On Wednesday, emotion sometimes on edge, some of them nevertheless calmly explained before the Assize Court how they faced a war situation in the heart of the capital.
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Michel, from BAC 75N, reservist and rescuer, spoke shortly before 3 p.m.
In a very strong testimony, he explains that, on November 13, 2015, he arrived before 10 p.m. and fell on full alert with his comrades loading shields, helmets, bulletproof vests on board the vehicles.
Bombs exploded at the Stade de France, he is told.
The boss of the BAC left the scene quickly.
On September 22 (our editions of September 23),
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