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Friday, January 19, 2018

Police accused the interior Minister of France after the terrorist attack in nice

The head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of France Bernard Cazeneuve has filed a lawsuit against the employee of police of nice Sandra Bertin. He accuses her of trying to undermine the prestige of both the Minister and his Department in the investigation of the terrorist attack in nice. The details of the conflict, reports TASS.

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Bertin, responding law enforcement nice footage in the last days, argued that the statements Kazneva about the high level of security on the promenade des Anglais, where the attack took place, is untrue.

So, according to her, the entrance to the promenade guarded only representatives of the municipal police, without the involvement of national, which has more extensive powers, including in relation to the right to open fire. In this Kazneva Bertin denies, and adds that some employee of the Central police apparatus it was under pressure to hush up these facts about which she learned from these cameras.

Note that Kazneva have supported the President and Prime Minister of France. The latter, Manuel Valls, said that the controversy surrounding protection embankment is “politicized nature”. Now the truth of the words berten will have to check the court.

Recall that in the attack that took place in nice on 14 July, killing 84 people, injured more than 300. Terrorist Mohamed Loui-Bolel broke the embankment on the truck, was eventually shot and killed.

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