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Crime Griveaux case: why is a police officer currently in police custody?

00:50  01 july  2020
00:50  01 july  2020 Source:   public.fr

A body found in the Rhône, feet tied up, with bullet wounds

 A body found in the Rhône, feet tied up, with bullet wounds The victim was discovered Tuesday upstream of the Génissiat dam during a wood clearing operation. © AFP The body of a missing man in Haute-Savoie was found near a dam on the Rhône in Ain, his feet tied up and with gunshot wounds, we learned Friday from judicial sources. The victim was discovered Tuesday upstream of the Génissiat dam during a wood clearing operation, said this source, confirming information from the regional daily Le Progrès.

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Affaire Griveaux : pourquoi un policier est actuellement en garde à vue ? © Bestimage Griveaux case: why is a police officer currently in police custody? According to Le Point, a police officer is heard by investigators who suspect him of having given a photographer directions to the location of Piotr Pavlenski's arrest.

New development in the Griveaux case. According to our colleagues from Point , a police officer is currently in police custody, suspected of having given information to a photographer about the place where Piotr Pavlenski , the Russian artist who had put online Intimate videos of the candidate LREM at the mayor of Paris making him then abandon the campaign for the municipal , was going to be arrested.

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At the beginning of March, a preliminary investigation for breach of professional secrecy, concealment of breach of professional secrecy and unauthorized dissemination of images of a shackled person had been opened. This Tuesday, June 30, the police officer in question, on duty at the anti-crime brigade (BAC) of the 16th arrondissement, was allegedly placed in police custody and a search was carried out at his home.

A shock shot of the arrest

As a reminder, the shot of the arrest of Piotr Pavlenski made the front page of Paris Match magazine on February 19, 2020. In this photo we could see Alexandra de Taddeo, the companion of the Russian activity , walking, looking away while his companion is handcuffed, on the ground. Coverage which contravenes article 35 ter of the law on press freedom, prohibiting photographers and journalists from representing a hampered person, under penalty of being fined 15,000 euros, as recall our colleagues from Le Point in their article. The magazine’s website will also post a video of the Russian artist’s arrest.


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