According to France Info, Paris police headquarters confiscated the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN) after a video of a homeless man being gassed by police.
France information reports that this Friday, 15 July, the Paris Police Headquarters appealed to the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN), after the publication on the social network of a video, certified by information from the Revelators de France Télévision.
On this, around 4 a.m. in a street in Le Bourget in the Paris area, we see a police force spraying tear gas at a lonely man. The latter had thrown the goods at the passers-by. France Info describes that the car backs up until it reaches the level of the victim, remaining quiet until the attack.
Once sprayed, she screams, brings her hands to his face and then collapses. The security forces immediately left the person without any help. The scene was filmed by an unidentified person located in a neighboring apartment.
Paris Police Headquarters has announced that the police officers involved will be suspended once they are identified. In addition, Jean-Baptiste Borsali, the mayor of Le Bourget, has called for an investigation to be opened.
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