Didier Lallement reported two signs with the inscription “Who?”, an anti-Semitic slogan appeared on Saturday during the Parisian demonstration against the health pass.
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The Paris police chief, Didier Lallement, reported to the courts anti-Semitic signs brandished on Saturday during the Parisian demonstration against the health pass, the prefecture announced on Saturday evening, August 14, on Twitter, which evokes a “public provocation to racial hatred”. The Prefect of Police acts in accordance with article 40 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, which requires any authority having knowledge of a crime or an offense to report it to the courts.
Public provocation to racial hatred: signs with anti-Semitic inscriptions were held up today in #Paris. The Prefect of Police brings these facts to the attention of the courts, under art. 40 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. pic.twitter.com/G5ORxdBjpG
– Police Prefecture (@prefpolice) August 14, 2021
The prefecture accompanies its message with a photo, showing two signs with the inscription “Who?”, A slogan anti-Semitic appeared on several occasions in the anti-sanitary pass processions in France. He refers to interview granted in June on the CNews channel to a retired general, Dominique Delawarde.
A teacher, former member of the National Front and former local elected official, brandished this sign in Metz with the names of politicians, businessmen and intellectuals for the most part Jewish, on August 7. She was arrested in Hombourg-Haut (Moselle) and will be tried in September for provoking racial hatred.