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"The police kill": after the "unworthy" remarks of Philippe Poutou, Gérald Darmanin files a complaint


The candidate of the New Anti-Capitalist Party (NPA) in the presidential election on Wednesday evening denounced an "armed, over-armed police" and "

It is a charge against the uniform that has not gone unnoticed.

Guest of France Info Wednesday evening, Philippe Poutou said: “Obviously the police kill.

There is police violence.

Then we can discuss whether it is (some) assassinations, murders, blunders or legitimate defenses.

But we know it, we see it, there are enough videos.


🗣️ "Obviously the police kill. There is police violence" affirms this evening in #VIPol, @PhilippePoutou who adds "that she is armed and over-armed"

📺 #franceinfo channel 27

- franceinfo plus (@franceinfoplus) October 13, 2021

And to continue: “When we are demonstrators, we are not protected by the police, we are assaulted, attacked.

The police mutilate.

How many hands torn off, faces disfigured, people in custody when they have done nothing.

There is real police violence.

There is an armed, over-armed police, it is dangerous.


These words did not escape the Minister of the Interior.

Denouncing "insulting and unworthy remarks of an elected official of the Republic", Gerald Darmanin announced this Thursday morning on Twitter to file a complaint "in the name of the ministry" and to "defend the honor of all the police officers".

Mr. Poutou's remarks towards the police are insulting and unworthy of an elected representative of the Republic.

In the name of the ministry, and to defend the honor of all the police officers, I file a complaint.

- Gérald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin) October 14, 2021

Philippe Poutou is the New Anti-Capitalist Party (NPA) candidate for the 2022 presidential election. He said Wednesday on France Info that he currently had “120 and some sponsorships” out of the 500 needed.

Source: leparis

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