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Four activists of the ultra-right movement "Recolonization France" indicted

2021-11-26T16:29:52.486Z

Searches led to the seizure of 51 weapons of all categories, including 11 illegally detained, 1,600 ammunition and numerous computer media.



Four alleged members of the ultra-right movement "

Recolonization France

" suspected of representing "

a threat to public order

" were indicted Thursday in Marseille for "

organization and participation in a combat group

", announced Thursday the Marseille prosecutor.

These indictments are accompanied by an obligation to point, the prohibition to come into contact with each other, to carry a weapon and to leave the national territory, the same source said.

Eight other people suspected of belonging to the same group will be summoned before the examining magistrate in January for their indictment.

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These individuals are part of 13 activists, "

twelve men and a woman, aged 21 to 52, of various profiles

", arrested Tuesday throughout France and placed in police custody on a rogatory commission from a Marseille judge. They are suspected of "

presenting a threat to public order by their participation or their plan to participate in violent actions

". These arrests were carried out by investigators from the Hate Crimes Division of the Central Office for Combating Crimes Against Humanity, Genocide and War Crimes (OCLCH) and by several research sections of the gendarmerie, with the support of the Criminal Investigation Institute of the gendarmerie.

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Searches led to the seizure of 51 weapons of all categories, including 11 illegally detained, 1,600 ammunition and numerous computer media. The “

Recolonization France

” movement is a structured and organized group at national and regional level. It is made up of more than 110 members, including soldiers or former soldiers "

sharing an identity, racist and violent ideology conveyed through social networks

", said the prosecution, specifying that its founder resided in Marseille. The fact of participating in a combat group is punished by three years imprisonment and a fine of 45,000 euros according to the Penal Code, while the organization of a combat group is punished by five years imprisonment and 75,000 euros. fine.

Source: lefigaro

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