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    Horrific New Year's Day assault on a female police officer in Paris was filmed by her

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    Horrific New Year's Day assault on a female police officer in Paris was filmed by her attackers as they kicked her around like a rag doll in ‘cowardly and criminal lynching’

    Thugs film their brutal attack on a female police officer in Paris suburb

    • The officer, who has not been named, was attacked along with duty captain
    • Car they arrived in was also vandalised and thugs escaped into housing estate
    • The footage of the savage attack on New Year's Day has since gone viral
    • President Emmanuel Macron promised to bring those responsible to justice

    By Peter Allen and Charlie Bayliss For Mailonline
    Published: 16:23 EST, 1 January 2018 | Updated: 06:57 EST, 2 January 2018

    Horrifying video footage has emerged of a female police officer and her boss being beaten in a Paris suburb.

    The incident took place in the early hours of Monday following an emergency call in Champigny-sur-Marne, an area to the south-east of the city.

    The unnamed police officer was filmed by gang members as she was kicked around by the attackers. The footage was then uploaded onto the internet by the group.

    At one stage, her colleague appears so badly beaten up that he takes his gun out his holster, but does not let off a shot.

    The female police officer is filmed lying on the ground as a group of thugs stamp on her

    The woman is surrounded from all sides as she desperately tries to cover her head

    The footage on social media has sparked outrage across France, with president Emmanuel Macron promising to bring the culprits to justice.

    Macron said: 'Those guilty of the cowardly and criminal lynching of police doing their duty on the night of December 31st will be found and punished.

    'Force will support the law. Honour to the police and full support to all the agents attacked in such a low level fashion.'

    The two officers arrived at a house in Champigny following reports of widespread disorder outside the address, where a New Year's party was taking place.

    A number of people were turned away from the house, which led to fighting in the street.

    When the police arrived at the scene, they too were attacked.

    The thugs filmed themselves stamping on the woman, who tried to cover herself as she is relentlessly beaten.

    She was the driver of the duty police captain, who was also beaten up, yet this attack was not filmed.

    Collagues finally rushed in to help the officers, who were then rushed to hospital.
    They suffered concussion and other injuries, but their condition was not life threatening.

    The attackers ran into a nearby housing estate after destroying the patrol car, which was turned upside down and left in ruins.

    A source said: 'The captain had tried to defend the pair using a tear gas canister, but was badly beaten up.

    'At one stage he produced his service weapon, but did not get a shot off. The female officer has been written off work for at least a week, while the captain will be off for at least 10 days.'

    French interior minster Gerard Collomb said after the attack: 'I just spoke with the police officers assaulted.

    Everything is done to ensure that the cowardly perpetrators of these unspeakable acts are apprehended and sentenced. To attack our security forces is to attack our Republic.'

    In the video of the police officer being beaten up, anunidentified woman is using Paris street slang to say: 'The evening has really gone wrong! Goodness! Poor copper!'

    The on-duty police patrol car was also vandalised by the thugs in the attack.

    France left shocked by 'savage' New Year attacks on police

    The French government has promised tough action after a violent attack on police officers outside a party on the outskirts of Paris on New Year's Eve.

    Video that has gone viral on social media shows the female police officer being knocked to the ground and kicked, while others show vehicles being turned over and vandalised.

    The two victims were among several officers who were called to a warehouse party on an industrial estate in Champigny-sur-Marne, east of Paris, on New Year's Eve.

    It had been organised on social media and several hundred people turned up, some reportedly from outside the area.

    The police were called when would-be revellers who had been denied entry started to attack the building, according to organisers.

    When police tried to keep the two groups apart, the pair were separated from their colleagues and attacked.

    The man received a broken nose and a sprained wrist and the woman suffered bruises to her face and temporary deafness.

    Police and emergency service vehicles were attacked and the police fired teargas.

    The organisers had not applied for official authorisation, according to the town's Communist deputy mayor, Christian FautrÚ, who condemned a "cowardly assault" in a statement.

    Two people were arrested in connection with the vandalism but on Tuesday nobody had been detained over the attacks.

    Police said they hoped to find the culprits by viewing the videos.

    Ministers, opposition denounce "lynching"
    The assaults have created an outcry, with right-wing politicians calling for tougher law-and-order policies.

    Local MP Gilles Carrez, a member of the right-wing Republicans party, called for more personnel for the town's police force but also said it could have happened anywhere.
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    ‘Cowardly and Criminal Lynching of Police’: France NYE Mob Attack on Female Officer Caught on Video

    by Oliver JJ Lane2 Jan 201811836
    New Year’s Eve celebrations in France led to national outcry after footage of a female police officer being savagely attacked surfaced, among reports that over 1,000 cars were burned overnight and 510 arrests took place.

    The female police officer was attacked alongside her male inspector in the Paris suburb of Champigny-sur-Marne by a large mob in the early hours of Monday morning, with both individuals being hospitalised.
    In the footage widely shared to social media, a large group of African appearance males stand around cheering as a female police officer is kicked to the ground, taking several blows to the head. In other parts of social media footage shared by Front National member of parliament Gilbert Collard, men cheer as cars are rolled over.
    France’s RTL reports the officers had become isolated from their colleagues while trying to calm a disturbance related to a New Year’s party in the Parisian suburb. While reinforcements were quickly deployed, with officers using “grenades and gunfire” to disperse the crowd, it was too late for the attacked officers to escape injury. Several government vehicles including two fire engines were also damaged during the unrest.
    Champigny-sur-Marne, which is the home of three “Zones Urbaines Sensibles” — French government language for areas of extreme deprivation which are known in common discourse as heavily migrant-populated No Go Zones — is also the former home of suspected French Islamic State executioner Michael Dos Santos.
    French President Emmanuel Macron spoke out against the violence on Monday afternoon, remarking: “The culprits of the cowardly and criminal lynching of the police doing their duty on the night of December 31st will be found and punished. Force will sustain the law. Honor to the police and full support to all officers crudely attacked.”
    Macron’s comments were followed by remarks by the French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb, who decried the “society of violence” and called for police forces to be strengthened. Calling out particular “neighbourhoods” where violence was able to flourish, the interior minister described a situation in some areas where fire crews could not even enter without a police escort, reports Le Express.
    No arrests have been made.
    The news of the attack comes as the French government revealed the shocking extent of violence across the country on New Year’s Eve, despite some 140,000 members of the security forces being deployed to the streets to keep order. Some 1,031 cars were burnt out over the course of the night, up from 935 the year before, and arrests stood at 510, up from 456.
    Breitbart London reported in 2017 that French authorities declared New Year’s Eve celebrations that year had gone off without incident, despite nearly 1,000 cars being destroyed in predominantly low income, high immigration neighbourhoods.
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