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As the dust settles from this week’s terror extravaganza in France, more loose ends are turning up (or being tied up), with this latest bizarre bombshell which is already fueling speculation as to the covert nature of the Charlie Hebdo false flag affair.
At the time of his death, police claim to have not known the reason for his alleged suicide. This was reflected in their official statements to the media: “It is unknown at this time the reasons for his actions”. However, a back story appears to have been inserted simultaneously, most likely from the very same police media liaisons, who then told the press that Fredou was ‘depressed and overworked’. For any law enforcement officer in France, it would seem rather odd that anyone would want to miss the biggest single terror event the century, or history in the making, as it were.
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: Cobaltic1978
In the French news, they mention him having bouts of severe depression. Realistically, I think he found the responsibility of the investigation and events too much to cope with. Shortly before the suicide, he'd returned from meeting the family of one the victims. This may have been a tipping point for him.
It's awful how much an act of hatred can resonate through families and communities. This poor guy is another victim and he also leaves behind family. Terrible events seem to have unforeseen consequences for weeks and years after they happened.
ETA - last year in the same offices, another officer committed suicide in the same way. Fredou was the man who found the body and suicide note. Lots of tragedy here...
Helric Fredou, 45, suffered from depression and experienced burn out. Shortly before committing suicide, he met with the family of a victim of the Charlie Hebdo attack and killed himself preparing the report.
In November 2013, the Commissioner Fredou had discovered the lifeless body of his colleague, number 3 of SRPJ Limoges, who had also committed suicide with his service weapon in his office. He was also 44 years old. The Commissioner Fredou, like all agents SRPJ worked yesterday on the case of the massacre at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo . In particular, he surveyed the family of one of the victims. He killed himself before completing its report. A psychological cell was set up in the police station.
It seems Israel would benefit nicely from that result
Israel on Friday formally expressed its “deep disappointment” to France for voting on Tuesday for a Palestinian resolution at the UN Security Council calling for a full IDF withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines by the end of 2017.
originally posted by: SubTruth
a reply to: OtherSideOfTheCoin
I will say it again what are the odds the French leadership would put a mentally unstable officer on one of the biggest cases in the history of France..............It would not happen. They would want only the top tier officers handling this for obvious reasons.