French media reports French police arrested and interrogated four primary school students as young as 10 years old on November 5. They also praised them for making death threats to their school teachers.
The Chechen terrorists murdered Patty, a history teacher in Paris. The French Ministry of the Interior defended the arrest of the police and announced that such police operations will continue.
According to reports, on November 2, students in all schools in France paid a minute of silence for the brutally murdered teacher Patty, and then an educational conference on freedom of speech was held. However, Louis Pasteur in Albertville, eastern France ) Four pupils from the school made shocking remarks.
Four children (3 boys and 1 girl) agreed to the murder and issued death threats to a teacher at the school. Prosecutor Pierre Yves Misu said that four young Muslim elementary school students reportedly made shocking remarks, including “the terrorists did a great job!” “You must die too!” , The teacher also received a note that said: “Go to hell!”
However, French media said that at present the police could not determine whether there was a connection between the four primary school students and the death threats received by the teacher. After police interrogation, the only girl was released, but the three boys confessed these words. Later, according to French prosecutors, they had already apologized to the teacher. A similar incident occurred at the nearby Jean-Jacques Gare High School in Sanzier, Savoy. A 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl also threatened to kill a teacher.
At present, the French government requires schools to open a compulsory course to let students understand the freedom and democracy in France. They must now take a citizenship course. At present, the French police have not yet decided whether to initiate criminal proceedings against the four primary school students. It is understood that they all come from peaceful Muslim families and are said to have not been radicalized.
Considering people’s reaction to the arrest of elementary school students, the French Ministry of the Interior made a special comment on the matter, saying that the police detained 10-year-old children “without excessive use of force.” A spokeswoman for the French Ministry of the Interior said in a video: “The police are acting within the legal framework, and the police will only take action if they suspect that citizens or students support terrorism.”
According to reports, the entire country is held in France. An activity to pay tribute to the murder of teachers, but provocations took place all over France. Education Minister Jean-Michel Blankel stated that there were about 400 student riots during the “One Minute of Silence”. These disturbances are “sometimes mild, sometimes serious.” He said: The radicalization caused by some family environments is harmful and dangerous to students.