Maggy Biskupski, chairman of the "mobilization of angry police officers" (MPC) association, committed suicide on Monday with a service weapon from her home in Carrières-sous-Poissy (Yvelines) on Monday. Parisian We can confirm. He was 36 years old and was an employee of the Yvelines anti-crime brigade (BAC).
The young woman became a figure of the angry police movement following the Viry-Châtillon incidents in Essonne in October 2016: the two police vehicles were attacked by a group of 13 cocktails. Molotov cocktails. Two members of the security forces were more burnt.
Since then, Maggy Biskupski has reported the police's discomfort, particularly on television channels, subject to a procedure by the police (IGPN) to step down in the Viry-Châtillon case.
"A war I'm proud of."
"I chose a fight I was proud of, which is important because not only the national police, but also your security … (…) When I say IGPN Stay in courses," In January, France commented on 5.
More recently, police officer Yann Moix Terrans Saturday. ; If you come here to tell the police that you're scared, you know that weakness is fueling hatred: when you're in your pants, doing something that you have to take into account, this unuz u trial writer and documentary writer; later commented that it was tempered.
Maggy Biskupski asked the Minister of the Interior to make a complaint for "public insults". Gerard Collomb announced shortly after he had "decided to file a complaint about defamation and slander".