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un “despicable” and unacceptable act”. This is how Gérald Darmanin described on Monday the loss of life of a 16-year-old boy, which occurred on Saturday night in the midst of a brawl, throughout a neighborhood competition within the village of Crépol (Drôme), including: “This is named wildness.

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The Minister of the Interior spoke on the set of the present C to you on France 5, the place he was a visitor. He specified throughout this televised intervention that the gendarmerie had already carried out “more than 70 hearings”.

Saturday night in Crépol, whereas a “winter ball” bringing collectively 350 individuals was organized, “a group of individuals from outside” this city of 532 inhabitants tried to enter the village corridor, in response to the prosecutor of the Republic of Valencia Laurent de Caigny.

“It is a general bankruptcy of our society”

A “general brawl” adopted after these individuals had been barred from getting into the room. A 16-year-old boy died from stabbings and two different critically injured younger males had been hospitalized. In complete, emergency providers counted 17 victims aged 16 to 65, nearly all of them males.

A dramatic occasion, which the minister doesn’t intend to let cross. “What happened is absolutely despicable and unacceptable,” reacted Gérald Darmanin, including: “What happened is not extremely clear or too clear: people who come from elsewhere and wanted force entry to this party and stabbings started. It’s called wildness.”

“It is a general failure of our society,” he lamented, saying that “there is a need to rethink the framework of authority.” “We must restore authority everywhere,” insisted Gérald Darmanin.