The majority should escape the indictment.
This Friday, three of the eleven members of the small group "Vengeance patriote" arrested on Tuesday by the DGSI and the gendarmes of the Paris research section must be presented to the investigating magistrate for the purposes of an indictment, said a source close to the dossier at the Parisian.
These three people are considered to be the first circle around the leader of the ultranationalist group, Lucas S., a Hitler-worshipping pseudo-bookseller who was indicted and remanded in custody last December.
Eight police custody lifted
The National Anti-Terrorist Prosecutor's Office has requested their indictment for "criminal terrorist association".
The other police custody were lifted without further action at this stage, the same source told Le Parisien.
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This Tuesday, ten men and a woman aged 17 to 31 were arrested in the Paris region as well as in the west and south-east of France because of their supposed membership in the group.
For a year now, "Patriotic Vengeance" has been in the crosshairs of anti-terrorism justice.
Because what presents itself as a "community of brothers in arms" would in fact hide a radical small group with conspiratorial and anti-Semitic ideology.
The investigators are trying to find out if its members planned to commit an attack or a violent action, or if the many exchanges they have on the subject are only fantasy.