A student of CM2 injured with a cutter one of her classmates Monday, June 5 in the morning during recess in the primary school Savignat de Créteil (Val-de-Marne), we learned from police source. "The victim, aged 10, was transported to the hospital of Créteil and has two wounds on the back. His vital prognosis is not engaged, "said the prosecutor of Créteil to the Figaro.
According to the first elements of the investigation, the attacker, aged 11, would have gone to school on Monday with a cutter. "Without taking anything away from the seriousness of the facts, it is a mini-cutter of three centimeters," said the academy of Créteil to AFP. "At present, there is no evidence to suggest that there is any question of harassment in this case," the academy added, adding that a psychologist had visited the site.
The first elements of the investigation suggested that the incident could have occurred against a background of bullying and mockery at school of a group of boys, including the victim, says a police source in Le Figaro. "She quickly forgets about school when she comes home because she works well. She never told us that she was being harassed," the girl's parents told RTL radio. The investigation, opened for violence with ITT not exceeding eight days, with two aggravating circumstances, was entrusted by the prosecutor's office of Créteil to the Territorial Brigade for the Protection of the Family (BTPF) of Val-de-Marne.