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Seven plainclothes police beaten by crack traffickers – RT in english

Ambushed as they left a restaurant in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, seven officials specializing in the fight against crack were beaten up by traffickers. Appraisal: six minor injuries and one fracture.

According to information from Cnews and 20 minutes, seven police officers from the Ile-de-France network (BRF) specializing in the fight against narcotics were beaten up by crack traffickers in Paris as they came out of a dinner with colleagues at the restaurant La Rotonde near the station Stalingrad metro station (19th arrondissement) on the night of November 24 to 25 at 2 a.m.

These same sources report that the officials were in civilian clothes and off duty, but that the dealers, nicknamed “modous” in the community (“sellers” in Wolof), spotted them before ambushing them involving a dozen assailants. .

CNews discusses the use of chains, padlocks, bottles and telescopic batons against police officers. One of them is said to have a fracture in his left hand, taken care of at the Lariboisière hospital. The others come out with bruises. One of the attackers, a Gabonese clandestine, was reportedly arrested. He was taken into custody.

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