“The woman’s vital predilection is being compromised,” the lawsuit said.
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, the request to the police was made after passengers received calls about a “fully veiled” woman “who made threats” on the RER traveling in Val-de-Marne, a police source explained.
According to these witnesses, he “pronounced Allah Akbar several times,” a police source said.
Police were able to “isolate” him at the Bibliothèque François Mitterrand station in Paris, which was quickly evacuated, the source added.
The woman “refused to comply with police commands” and threatened to “blow herself up,” according to the lawsuit and a police source. A police officer then opened fire and the woman was seriously injured.
Two investigations were opened. One was handed over to the Paris Judicial Police for “pardons, death threats and acts of intimidation against a holder of public authority”.
The other was handed over to the Inspector General of the National Police (IGPN) and the police officer was shot by a police officer while using his gun.
France went on “emergency attack” alert after a teenager accused of Islamist extremism assassinated a professor in Arras on October 13.
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