According to several sources, it is an activist known for his anti-Semitic and conspiratorial theses who allegedly shot dead a man in the northeast of the capital on the night of Friday to Saturday. A motorist, suspected of having shot and killed a man in Paris during a brawl on the night of Friday to this Saturday, was arrested, we learned from police sources. “Following a dispute between several individuals on the public highway, a man was the victim of firearms,” said a first police source. The victim died on the spot and the suspect, who fled by car, “was arrested” shortly after the incident and placed in police custody, she added. The events took place on the boulevard de Clichy, in the 18th arrondissement, north of the capital. According to the first elements of the investigation, a fight opposed several people on the median when a motorist stopped his car to go to meet them, explained a second police source. One of the participants in the brawl would have ordered him to “clear”. The driver then pulled out a gun and shot him in the head before getting back behind the wheel, according to the same source. . A device was set up near the vehicle until the suspect returned with suitcases in his hands. At the sight of the police, the man took out his weapon again and a chase began on foot before he ended up being arrested without shooting. He was placed in police custody and a flagrance investigation for murder was opened, entrusted to the 2nd district of the Paris judicial police, according to the Paris prosecutor’s office. According to the second police source, the man is a follower of conspiracy theses and anti-Semites. A woman who introduced herself as his partner was also arrested but was not taken into custody. This murder comes two months after another far-right activist, Loïk Le Priol, killed the former rugby player, Federico Martin Aramburu, in full Paris. Hanouna on the Touche plateau not at my post. Also according to the weekly, he was sentenced last year in immediate appearance to 140 hours of community service, two months suspended prison sentence and eighteen months probation for incitement to insurrection .
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