One of the detainees as part of the investigation into beating French President Emanuel Macron was in possession of a weapon and a copy of the book “Maine Kampf”, a local news agency reported today (Wednesday).
A search was conducted in the homes of the two detainees in the case, as part of which a firearm and a copy of the book were found in the home of one of them, but the two are not known to the intelligence services, as reported. The investigation revealed that the suspect under whom the items were found, a lover of medieval history.
Emmanuel Macron slapped by a man in the Drôme pic.twitter.com/VnpZ5ELvl5
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As you may recall, yesterday, during the president’s visit to the southern part of the country in the east of the country, the president was slapped in the face by a stranger, when at the same time the shouts of “enough macronism” were heard. Immediately afterwards, the police officers attacked the attacker and arrested the two suspects.