Monday, 22 April 2013
MARCHE-EN-FAMENNE - In the middle of Friday afternoon, a vehicle moving to the Avenue de la Toison d’Or, in Marche was identified by a police motorcyclist. The driver, a person from Marche of Turkish origin, aged below 30, was driving when his driving licence had been taken away.

The policeman asked for the papers of the vehicle which was parked on the Avenue de la Toison d’Or, facing Electronic Parga. There was also a passenger on board. It was a citizen of Marche well known to the police and aged around 30; there was also a boy of 5 in the rear seat, the son of the driver.

The tone quickly deteriorated between the officer and the two occupants of the vehicle. Insults allegedly started to fly. Feeling that he wasn't going to cope on his own, the motorcyclist instructed them to remain where they were and called for reinforcements.

Between five and eight police officers arrived on the scene. The two "jeunes" struck blows. A policeman was struck on the back and another in the shinbone. They were called "Belgian filth" and a policewoman was told "Don't touch me female".

The driver was arrested and jailed in Namur. His passenger was charged but released. A shopkeeper took charge of the child of 5.


Andrew Ampers Taylor said...

There is now a fifth column in Europe and you ignore it at your peril.

Amy Marshall said...

It's time this band of 'supremacists' were taught respect for their host nations or piss off.

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