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Canada Six police officers placed in police custody in a narcotics case

12:25  30 june  2020
12:25  30 june  2020 Source:   parismatch.com

Police officers in police custody: a company from Seine-Saint-Denis will be dissolved

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Four Minnesota police officers have been fired after the death of a black man who was taken into custody and seen on video being pinned down by his neck. Police said in a statement earlier about the death of George Floyd: "As additional information has been No officer was charged in that case .

Six police officers from the Seine-Saint-Denis security and intervention company were arrested and placed in police custody on Monday, in particular for the detention and transport of narcotics and theft .

  Six policiers placés en garde à vue dans une affaire de stupéfiants © Nicolas Guyonnet / Hans Lucas

Six police officers from the Seine-Saint-Denis security and intervention company were arrested at their home on Monday. The officials, placed in police custody and questioned at the IGPN, were the subject of an investigation dating from 2019 for "forcible confinement, transport and use of narcotic drugs as well as forgery in public writing", according to BFMTV . The 24-hour news channel added that the arrest of the six officials was scheduled for the spring, but had to be postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. "If faulty behavior were likely to be confirmed, they would call for sanctions," said the Paris police headquarters.

SIU notified after Peel police shoot and injure man suspected in Brampton robbery

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Police identified the six officers who were wounded by gunfire. Officials recounted the intense Two Narcotics Strike Force bicycle officers were pinned on the second floor with three other people who The officers were not injured but they and the three people in custody were at risk of getting shot

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A previous controversy in 2019

In the wake of this announcement, the Paris police prefect, Didier Lallement, "has decided to initiate a reflection on the reorganization of the police units of the CSI 93 to which the officials put in charge belong cause ”.

This company had already been at the heart of a controversy in August 2019 when six of its members had been placed in police custody, suspected of being involved in the violent arrest of a young man of 20 years in Saint -Yes.

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