Charlie Hebdo Police Investigator Commits Suicide


A police commissioner from Limoges, France, Helric Fredou, aged 45 (picture, beneath), turned up lifeless from a gun shot to the pinnacle on Thursday amid the Charlie Hebdo affair. A high-ranking official throughout the French regulation enforcement command-and-control construction, Fredou was additionally a former deputy director of the regional police service.

At the time of his demise, police declare to haven’t recognized the explanation for his alleged suicide. This was mirrored of their official statements to the media: “It is unknown at this time the reasons for his actions”. However, a again story seems to have been inserted concurrently, more than likely from the exact same police media liaisons, who then informed the press that Fredou was ‘depressed and overworked’. For any regulation enforcement officer in France, it will appear quite odd that anybody would need to miss the largest single terror occasion the century, or historical past within the making, because it have been.

Here is a link to the original report within the French media, which confirms that Commissioner Fredou was certainly engaged on the Charlie Hebdo case:

“The Fredou Commissioner, like all agents SRPJ, worked yesterday on the case of the massacre at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo. In particular, he was investigating the family of one of the victims. He killed himself before completing its report. A psychological ‘cell’ was set up in the police station.”

Even extra bizarrely, an almost identical event took place just over one year earlier, November 2013 in Limoges, when the quantity three ranked SRPJ officer had killed himself in comparable circumstances, together with his weapon within the police resort. Allegedly, his colleague found his physique. The prosecution dominated that case was a suicide too, and the police officer had left a suicide observe to his household through which he expressed “personal reasons” for his shocking motion.