A police officer was ambushed by a horde of Muslim migrants. He opened fire to in order to escape, and one of the attackers was wounded in the stomach.The policeman was then rescued by reinforcements, his face bloodied, multiple bruises all over the body. This Saturday morning, he was still hospitalized.
Will this set off a new Muslim uprising in France, as we saw in the mass car burning, violence and utter lawlessness of a few years back? We shall see. But this time it will be far worse: their numbers are vastly greater.
It will be an incident like this that will spark the outbreak of war in Europe.
This was not isolated. While the night was particularly turbulent in Muslim-dominated Seine-Saint-Denis, there was violence in Aulnay-sous-Bois, where a motorcyclist died while fleeing refusing a police check. Incidents also broke out in Sevran in the district Of the Pont-Blanc, among others.
Apart from the injured suspect, no other arrests were made, following these events. The public prosecutor of Bobigny has seized the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN), which also indicates Le Parisien following this case, which is a usual thing in this type of circumstance.
“Peripheral” France is beginning to get tired of it. Some people who are victims of the violence say they are ready to fight and threaten to set up a militia. And they may have to. France needs soldiers in their streets, but the Ministry of Economy and Finance in France wants to cut 850 million euros of appropriations to the Ministry of Armies. What a time to lay down arms.
ACTU17, July 14, 2017
Un policier motard de la Compagnie de Sécurisation et d’Intervention du 93 (CSI 93) a été violemment attaqué et lynché la nuit dernière à Sevran (Seine-Saint-Denis) vers 02h00, par une trentaine d’individus qui avaient bel et bien décidé de s’en prendre à lui avec le maximum de violence.
Rough translation (thanks to Alexandre):
A policeman attacked and lynched by some thirty individuals opened fire to defend himself.A motorcycle policeman of the Compagnie de Sécurisation et d’Intervention du 93 (CSI 93) was violently attacked and lynched last night in Sevran (Seine-Saint-Denis) around 02:00, by some thirty individuals who had Decided to attack him with the maximum of violence.
While the night was particularly turbulent in Seine-Saint-Denis, notably in Aulnay-sous-Bois where a motorcyclist died while fleeing, refusing a police check, incidents also broke out in Sevran in the district Of the Pont-Blanc, among others.
Waste bins, rocks, and stones ar thrown at for police who came to support the firemen, the latter were forced to ask for reinforcement. It was then that two biker policemen from the CSI 93 approached the site and were violently taken to the neighborhood of the Cité Basse in Sevran by some thirty individuals.One of the bikers then fell to the ground in front of the number of attackers who came to his direct contact. These dozens of aggressors, some armed with iron bars, then surrounded the policeman on the ground who was very violently beaten. According to our information, the thirty attackers did not hesitate to break a stone about the size of a breeze on his helmet, but also tried to steal his tear defense.
The policeman was dragged to the ground for about 30 meters when he received a shower of blows. Given the critical situation he was confronted with, he was reluctant to open fire several times with his service gun. One of the attackers was then wounded in the stomach. According to the newspaper Le Parisien, however, the vital prognosis of the latter would not be engaged. The policeman could then be rescued by reinforcements, the bloodied face, presenting multiple bruises all over the body. According to our information, this Saturday morning, he was still hospitalized. Apart from the injured suspect, no other arrests were made at the time, following these events. The public prosecutor of Bobigny has seized the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN) also indicates Le Parisien following this case, which is a usual thing in this type of circumstance.Source