seven relatives of the ultra-right judged this Saturday in immediate comparison

seven relatives of the ultra-right judged this Saturday in immediate comparison

After the semi-final of the Football World Cup on Wednesday, around forty people were arrested for grouping with a view to decimating violence and carrying prohibited weapons.

Seven people linked to the ultra-right, arrested Wednesday evening in Paris after the France-Morocco semi-final of the World Cup, are referred on Saturday for an immediate comparison, according to the Paris prosecutor’s office, requested by AFP. Among them is Marc de Cacqueray-Valmenier, according to a source familiar with the matter.

All lead the part of the 26 people from the ultra-right whose custody had been extended Thursday evening. Twelve of them have improved from a classification without follow-up for lack of a sufficiently serious offense, six are referred for a reminder to the law by the prosecutor’s delegate, in particular with a ban on appearing in Paris or an obligation to carry out an internship. of citizenship, and another person for a criminal composition.

On Wednesday, a group of around forty people close to the ultra-right had been arrested and placed in police custody, in particular for grouping to commit violence and carrying prohibited weapons. Some of them had edged weapons. This group was arrested in the 17th arrondissement of the capital as it was preparing to join the Champs-Élysées, with belligerent intentions, according to a police source.

14,000 police and gendarmes mobilized

In Paris, in addition to members of the ultra-right, 74 people were placed in police custody on Wednesday evening, mainly for participation in a group with a view to adopting violence or degradation, violence against a person holding public authority and detention. incendiary devices. During the weekend, the authorities mobilize up to 14,000 police and gendarmes, to supervise the celebrations in France of the World Cup, by putting under special surveillance small groups of the ultra-right.

In Lyon, four people suspected of belonging to the ultra-right were indicted on Friday following the violence that had marred Wednesday’s post-match celebrations. They “are suspected of belonging to the ultra-right movement and of having participated” has a “regrouping with a view to dispensing with racially motivated violence“, According to the parquet floor of Lyon.

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