The French police managed to arrest five men, aged between 23 and 58, who belong to the far-right, which is also called “neo-Nazis.
The five men have been detained by the police, since Tuesday, by investigators from the Directorate General of Internal Security (DGSI), according to French the newspaper “Le Parisien” and the Agence France-Presse (AFP).
The anti-terrorism judge responsible for the “honor and nation” file, which was opened last February, decided to form a judicial committee against this “extreme right-wing group” that bears its name, which claims to struggle for “the protection of heritage and traditions in France to face globalization and capitalism.
The French judge stated that “several members of the group planned a series of violent bombings against various targets.” The suspects were going to conduct research in particular on the Minister of Health, Olivier Veran, several vaccination centers, or even a Masonic hotel in Moselle.”
The French news network “LCI” quoted a judicial source as saying that “the five people were charged on Friday, September 24, with the accusation of “forming a criminal terrorist group”.
The same source affirmed that “four of the suspects were placed in pretrial detention, and the fifth, who requested a postponement of the discussion, was temporarily imprisoned pending this discussion before the liberties and detention judge, which will be held on September 30.”
The arrests began last May, following an exchange of views between different individuals, in particular the search for explosives and possible locations, and they were arrested simultaneously in the provinces of Os de Seine, Nevers, and Charente Maritime as well as in two prisons, where two suspects were already being held due to other incidents.
According to “Le Parisien”, the last two people of suspects have been behind bars since May for their participation in the kidnapping of a 9-year-old girl in Vogue, and during searches at the time, a copy of the shirt of Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler, was found.