Paris police station stormed by mob with metal bars and explosives


40 unidentified people armed with metal bars and using fireworks as projectiles tried to storm a police station in the Paris suburbs on Saturday night.

To identify them would be “islamophobic,” “xenophobic” and “racist.”

Police posted a video showing a barrage of fireworks going off in the direction of the police station in Champigny-sur-Marne, about nine miles (15km) south-east of the city centre. The assailants tried to force entry into the station but failed to do so.

“Violent attack last night on the police station of Champigny with mortar shots and various projectiles.” the Paris police headquarters tweeted on Sunday.

Dozens of people attacked a police station outside Paris early on October 11 with blasts of fireworks and metal bars, damaging several police cars, officials said. No one was injured.

By: The Hindu, October 11, 2020:

It was the latest action among numerous attacks against police officers, and sometimes firefighters, that Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin says are a sign that France is growing “savage“.

Last week, two police officers in civilian clothes were pulled from their vehicle in a Paris suburb and shot multiple times with their own guns. One officer remains in serious condition.

President Emmanuel Macron is to meet with police unions on October 15 to quickly find ways to protect officers, the Interior Minister said on a visit Sunday night to Champigny-sur-Marne, east of Paris.

“The police are the [French] Republic and the Republic is the police,” he said. He said the attack was another sign of the “great savageness” he claims is undermining French values.

He linked the attack to a police crackdown on drug dealers and, using street language, said it was aimed at “smashing cops“.

The police station is located in a housing project with 10,000 inhabitants. An official of the union, Unite SGP Police, Rocco Contento, said on BFMTV that the housing project is the hub of drug trafficking in the Val de Marne region, where Champigny is located.

Darmanin said he wants to add an amendment to a security bill defining fireworks as a type of arm and ban their sale, including on the internet.

In the early hours of October 11, a gang of about 40 people showered the police station in a housing project in Champigny-sur-Marne with fireworks and other projectiles, Paris police headquarters, which is in charge of the region, said in a tweet. Attackers also used metal bars to smash five police cars. Three windows of the station were broken.

Fireworks are now routinely used by gangs to head off police in neighbourhoods known for drug trafficking. Firefighters on rescue missions also come under attack.

Investigators were still trying to find the three men who shot two police officers last week after pulling them from their car and disarming them in an industrial section of the town of Herblay, in the Val d’Oise northwest of Paris.

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