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The facts took place at Terminal 2F shortly after 8:20 am. © supplied by Franceinfo
A homeless man was killed by a police officer, Wednesday August 10 in the morning, at Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport. "Showing composure, the police neutralized this morning an individual threatening in possession of a stabbing weapon," said the Paris police headquarters on his Twitter account.
Video: Roissy airport: a man armed with a knife killed by the police (Dailymotion)
The facts took place at the 2F terminal shortly after 8:20 am. A homeless has threatened staff from Aéroports de Paris (ADP) as well as passengers, specify police sources in Franceinfo and France Télévisions. The border police then intervened. Despite the summons, the armed individual advanced to the agents, who fired once and killed him.
Man is being identified and the incident is not, at this stage, considered as a terrorist. An investigation in flagrance for voluntary homicide by person depositary of the public authority was opened and entrusted to the general inspection of the national police, said the Bobigny prosecution. A second investigation, for attempted homicide against a public authority, was entrusted to the border police.
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