An investigation was opened Sunday on placards brandished the day before during the Paris demonstration against the health pass that the Paris police prefect had reported to justice as anti-Semitic, we learned from the prosecution.

The investigation targets the head of "public provocation to hatred or violence against a person or a group of people because of their origin or their belonging or not belonging to an ethnic group, a nation, race or religion, ”said the Paris prosecutor's office.

The investigations were entrusted to the brigade for the repression of personal delinquency (BRDP), he added.

Placards with the inscription “Who?


At the end of the Parisian parades against the health pass on Saturday, the police prefect announced on Twitter to report anti-Semitic signs brandished by demonstrators to the courts.

The prefect had acted in application of article 40 of the code of criminal procedure, which requires any authority having knowledge of a crime or an offense to report it to justice.

In the photo accompanying the tweet, there are two signs with the inscription “Who?


This anti-Semitic slogan appeared on several occasions in anti-pass processions in France following an interview granted in June on the CNEWS channel to a retired general, Daniel Delawarde, signatory of a forum evoking “the disintegration” of France published by the weekly

Valeurs contemporaine


To the question "who controls the" media pack "?

", He replied" the community that you know well ", before being cut by the presenter, Jean-Marc Morandini.

A teacher, former member of the National Front and former local elected official, who demonstrated last Saturday in Metz with this slogan on a sign, accompanied by the names of politicians, businessmen and intellectuals for the most part Jewish, will be tried in September for provoking racial hatred.


Health pass: the Paris police prefect reports anti-Semitic signs to the courts


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