While the protests in France continued unabated on the 6th day, there was a development that would further fuel the chaos in the country. It has been announced that more than 700 thousand euros have been collected so far in the aid campaign launched for the police officer who shot and killed the 17-year-old teenager and was detained. The page of the fundraiser stated that the police officer “did his job and now pays a high price”.
Thousands of euros were collected in the aid campaign launched for the police officer who shot and killed 17-year-old Nahel M. on June 27 in Nanterre, France. It has been announced that more than 700 thousand euros have been collected so far within the scope of the aid campaign for the detained police officer.
EXPRESSIONS ON THE CAMPAIGN PAGE TO RISE THE TENSION
The charity campaign was launched by Jean Messiha, a former politician who supported the far-right Eric Zemmour, who was a candidate in the last presidential election in France. The campaign’s page included statements that the police officer “did his job and now pays a high price”.
HIS FAMILY VOICED THE CONDITION
Nahel’s grandmother, Nadia, stated in an interview with the French press that the money donated for the police officer who killed her grandson “made her heartache”.
MACRON GATHERED WITH TOP NAMES
On the other hand, French President Emmanuel Macron met with senior ministers and security officials at the Ministry of the Interior’s emergency crisis center to discuss the violence that has been going on for days in the country. Among those attending the meeting are French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin and Justice Minister Eric Dupont-Moretti. On the other hand, 45,000 police officers were deployed across the country to suppress the violence, which entered its 6th day in France.