The consequence of an eventful funeral.
After the funeral Friday of Stéphane Leca, a former member of the "FLNC of anonymous", during which a hooded commando came to greet him with bursts of fire, an investigation for "violence with weapons" and "possession of weapons" has been open, we learned this Sunday from the Bastia prosecutor's office.
The National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor's Office has been notified of the opening of this investigation, he said.
Stéphane Leca, 48, condemned by the courts for his participation in the "FLNC of anonymous", had been killed by firearm, at his home, on Monday, October 19 in San Nicolao, in Haute-Corse.
The investigation into his death, opened for assassination, is now led by the specialized interregional jurisdiction of Marseille after the Bastia prosecutor's office relinquished jurisdiction.
21 attacks claimed in Corsica
During the funeral of this man, Friday, a commando of ten hooded men, gloved, dressed in black and posing as the FLNC burst in front of the church to fire several rounds in the air, in a species farewell to arms ceremony unveiled by a photo on social networks, via nationalist associations.
It is this intervention which gave rise to the new investigation decided by the Bastia prosecutor's office.
Stéphane Leca was sentenced to seven years in prison by the Special Assize Court of Paris in May 2007 along with 13 other alleged members of the "FLNC of anonymous".
Sentences of 3 to 12 years of criminal imprisonment were pronounced.
The “Anonymous FLNC”, which officially appeared at the end of October 2001 and which was initially identified as “the unnamed group”, claimed 21 attacks committed in Corsica between July 2001 and December 2002, some of which were among the most destructive of the time in the region. 'Isle.