largeThe Tarn gendarmerie accused of trying to “intimidate” a high school student who arrested President Macron over allegations of rape and violence against women apologised to the young woman on Friday-Saturday evenings. “Our actions are only to take into account the person who claims to be a victim, to collect possible complaints, or to fail to provide him with help, support or to meet the local association in his place. Offer help,” the gendarmerie said at around midnight. defend oneself Facebook and TwitterThe statement added: “We would like to apologize to her if the way we met and communicated with her in high school received a bad reception and she thought we were embarrassed.”
Thursday, during the visitEmmanuel Macron In Gaillac, in Tarn, Laura had sidestepped him: “You put men accused of rape and violence against women at the head of state, why? She was referring to the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Dahl. The allegations of Manin and the new Minister of Solidarity, Damian Abad“Please, sir, answer me,” the high school students insisted, while the president raised the presumption of innocence, neither of whom were convicted.
Interrupted by military police
The images were shared thousands of times on social networks, with internet users grabbing the issue to challenge the president himself. But it was the military police who visited Laura the next day at her high school that sparked the controversy.contact detailsFrench media agency, the young woman could not be reached. She explained to the Parisian that she was interrupted in class because she had an “interview” with the gendarmerie in a high school room.
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The latter would ask her if she wanted to file a complaint about the sexual assault she announced during her exchange with the president. But according to the young woman, who saw their visit as “intimidating”, the conversation quickly focused on her remarks from the previous day, when a gendarmerie told her “it shouldn’t be done.” The hashtag #laquestiondelaura has been retweeted more than 20,000 times on Twitter since Thursday.
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