A second suspect was arrested after mortar fireworks targeting the police on Wednesday, November 24, an action claimed by the Lyon group of "Dalton", on the sidelines of a demonstration against a live broadcast on CNews television in a district of Lyon, we learned Thursday from the Lyon prosecutor's office. A first "Dalton" was arrested Wednesday and placed in police custody for "
violence with a weapon on a person holding public authority
" after the action posted on the group's Instagram account. His police custody was extended on Thursday, said Nicolas Jacquet, the Lyon prosecutor contacted by AFP.
The “Dalton”, a group of rappers from Lyon known for provoking the police, released images on Thursday showing three men dressed in the yellow and black striped suits of the comic book gangsters, firing fireworks mortars on the sidelines of a demonstration organized by the anti-fascist groups of Lyon against the participation of the president of the RN Jordan Bardella in the direct of CNews. The second edition of the program
Face à la Rue
by CNews, organized under the close surveillance of police and CRS, mobilized to maintain order, took place without incident in the Guillotière district. This program, hosted by Jean-Marc Morandini, visits with personalities what the CNews channel considers as “lawless
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This district, where a wild market has developed with various street trafficking arousing a strong feeling of insecurity among residents, has been at the center of the authorities' attention for several months. The ecologist mayor of Lyon Grégory Doucet and the mayors of the 7th and 3rd arrondissements, Fanny Dubot and Véronique Dubois-Bertrand deplored in a press release that the program "
caused disturbances to public order
" by denouncing "
" and “
” around this district. The first edition of "
Face à la rue
" took place in Drancy, in the Paris suburbs, with the far-right polemicist Eric Zemmour, a former host set up in the spotlight by Vincent Bolloré's channel.