“The assailant with an Italian residence permit” – Libero Quotidiano

“The assailant with an Italian residence permit” – Libero Quotidiano
“The assailant with an Italian residence permit” – Libero Quotidiano

Still fear in France. In Cannes, in front of a police station, some policemen were attacked by a man with a knife. Research is underway to understand the reason behind the violence of the individual who said he was acting “in the name of the prophet”. At the moment it is Matteo Salvini to launch an indiscretion: “According to the French media, the Algerian who this morning in Cannes attacked a policeman with a knife would have an Italian residence permit. We ask for immediate clarity from the Interior Ministry, above all because the memory of the Nice bomber a year ago is still alive and who had landed a few weeks earlier in Lampedusa “.

A track, the Italian one, which once again puts the chair of Luciana Lamorgese. For some time now, the Minister of the Interior has had to defend himself from the accusations of the center-right against the continuous and uncontrolled landings that take place on our shores. And this news that arrives from beyond the Alps certainly does not help her. The policeman attacked was only able to save “thanks to his bulletproof jacket“and would be unharmed. The attacker, on the other hand, was” seriously “injured by a second policeman. The French Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, does not exclude “the terrorist trail”.

Now the man is in danger of life hospitalized. It would be, as the newspaper reports Le Figaro, of an Algerian aged 37, identified as Lakhdar B. The assailant, that would be legally entered France in 2020 through the Nice airport, it was already unknown to the police, but it was not followed because it was not considered at risk for the security of the state.

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