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Hundreds of thousands are taking to the streets in Paris, Nice, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Marseille, and many more cities across France to protest jab passports and mandate
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Man who slapped Macron ‘subscribes to far-right YouTube channels’
Suspect identified as 28-year-old Damien Tarel slapped the French president during a walkabout, a moment that has gone viral on social media.
French President Emmanuel Macron gets slapped by a member of the public during a visit in Tain-L’Hermitage, France, in this still image taken from video on June 8, 2021 [BFMTV/ReutersTV via Reuters]
The man alleged to have slapped French President Emmanuel Macron in the face subscribes to several far-right YouTube channels and is a fan of medieval swordsmanship, media reports and sources close to the investigation said on Wednesday.
A police source identified the suspect as 28-year-old Damien Tarel, who had no previous criminal record.
Does that mean he will have a criminal record now?
He remained under investigation in police custody on Wednesday and is expected to be charged with assaulting a public figure, which carries a maximum three-year prison term and a 45,000-euro (nearly $55,000) fine.
Macron, who has been on a tour to take the pulse of the country after the pandemic and less than a year before the next presidential election, was struck on Tuesday during a walkabout in southern France as he greeted a small crowd of onlookers.
Amateur video footage of the assault soon spread on social media.
Tarel, dressed in a khaki T-shirt, can be seen slapping Macron then shouting “Down with Macronia” and “Montjoie, Saint-Denis”, the battle cry of the French army when the country was a monarchy.