Several police stations in the Paris region received malicious calls a few days after the attack at the police headquarters, which killed five people.

Several police stations in Ile-de-France have received recent phone calls with Islamist chants, we learned from the Prefecture of Police in Paris, who announced that he filed a complaint. "The police chief has filed a complaint against X for apology of terrorism to the prosecutor of Paris," said the PP, confirming information from BFMTV. Thursday, the epicenter of police power in Paris was the victim of an attack by one of his employees, who killed four officials with knives. According to the current investigation, 45-year-old Mickaël Harpon, computer scientist at the PP since 2003, would have converted to Islam, before becoming radicalized.