When they are held, you don't really see the difference. Friday, September 22, the night envelops the department of Yvelines and in one of the buildings of the Beynes camp which houses, among other things, the GIGN training center, they are active. The screen-printed cars "national gendarmerie" are ready to go. They retrieve their weapons and then assemble them, also equip themselves with handcuffs and sticks. Tear gas canister and Taser, for those who have been trained there. Bulletproof vests on their backs, they are ready to patrol.
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