He wanted to put an end to a scene of violence but he finally committed the irreparable. A 50-year-old man was arrested overnight from Friday to Saturday May 14 in Paris, in the 18th arrondissement. He is suspected of having shot and killed another man in the 9th century against the backdrop of a brawl and an obscure argument. Around 2:30 a.m., a fight broke out on Boulevard de Clichy opposite the Corcoran’s pub. Three men attack a fourth. A motorist passes by at the wheel of his BMW X5. He stops and tries to reason with the trio and orders them to stop. “He was roundly sent on the roses”, says a source close to the case. The stung motorist returns to his car and seizes a 45 caliber Colt revolver, dating from 1911, and opens fire on the person who insulted him. The body of the victim lies on the sidewalk. The bullet hits head and proves deadly. The killer gets back into the car and immediately flees. An anonymous correspondent alerts the police. A patrol goes to the scene and discovers the victim’s body lying on the sidewalk with a bullet in the middle of the forehead. This man has no papers on him that would allow him to be identified. CCTV cameras are immediately interrogated to find the author’s car. The officials of the anti-crime brigade find him in the rue Championnet while he is putting away a suitcase in his car. He drops his luggage, pulls out his revolver and flees on foot. The officials run after him. A few meters further, the suspect stops because he is very out of breath. The police point him with their service weapons and order him to surrender. The 50-year-old obeyed them before being handcuffed. The man was wanted by the courts This man, from the Belfort region, became known on social networks for his positions close to the far right and against barrier measures of the health crisis. He was wanted by a Parisian magistrate. The suspect was placed in police custody at the police station where he should be questioned for forty-eight hours before the prosecution takes a decision on the follow-up to be given to this case.
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