Jean Messiha announced his intention to file a complaint against Nahel’s mother, the latter having herself filed a complaint against him, for having initiated the support kitty for the policeman who killed the shot.
“No, I will not be silent and I will NEVER allow myself to be pushed around”: on July 4, Jean Messiha expresses his anger on social networks after the announcement of the complaint lodged against him by the mother of Nahel Merzouk, the teenager killed during a police check on June 27. She accuses the senior official, who launched a kitty to support the family of the policeman who shot the fatal shot, of “organized gang scam” and “concealment of this offense”.
“The complaint filed by Nahel’s family has no legal basis,” said Jean Messiha. “It is a shameful recovery and a defamatory and slanderous political communication against which I will file a complaint,” he continues. “I invite the 100,000 donors, who have been accused by Nahel’s family of being crooks in organized gangs, to file a complaint for defamation”, harangues the polemicist in another tweet. A repeated call on CNews on July 5.
Closed on the evening of July 4, this kitty opened on June 30 on the Gofundme platform raised 1,636,220 euros, the platform having deemed this kitty legitimate. The initiative, which raised three times as much money as the one in favor of Nahel’s family, provoked strong indignation in the ranks of the left.
LFI castigates “the little apostle of hatred”
The representatives of Nahel’s mother also accuse Jean Messiha of having presented the minor “publicly and falsely as a repeat offender”. According to the plaintiff’s lawyer, if they prove to be justified, these accusations could constitute “fraudulent maneuvers intended to deceive people”.
The same day, the rebellious and socialist deputies Mathilde Panot And Arthur Delaporte announced on social networks that they were seizing the Paris public prosecutor to obtain the closure of fundraising.
A legal action that comes in parallel with the political response initiated by the Nupes from the benches of the Palais Bourbon. The rebellious MP Bastien Lachaud notably described Jean Messiha as “little apostle of hate“. His colleague Antoine Léaument for his part recalled a recent controversy around income supposedly affected by the latter.
For his part, on social networks, Messiha, passed by the National Rally and the party of Eric Zemmour Reconquest! went up to half-heartedly suggest his candidacy for the 2027 presidential election.
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