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.

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