“Veiled from head to foot, the accused had already tried, while threatening people with her 20-centimeter blade, to enter the church of Saint-Benigne and had gone, still threatening, to rue Michelet.”
There needs to be a study forthwith of the rising “Islamophobia” in Dijon that drove this poor dear to do this.
“Dijon: the veiled woman who threatened passersby had been spoken to an hour before,” translated from “Dijon : la femme voilée qui a menacé des passants avait été verbalisée une heure avant,” Le Bien Public, March 24, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
On Friday around 2PM, police arrested a 20-year-old woman who was threatening passersby with a knife. The intervention section proceeded to arrest her in a perfumery on rue Mably in Dijon.
Veiled from head to foot, the accused had already tried, while threatening people with her 20-centimeter blade, to enter the church of Saint-Benigne and had gone, still threatening, to rue Michelet. She was placed in police custody at the Suquet police station.
According to our information, the woman arrested by the police officers of the intervention section had been checked and spoken to for concealing her face in public space (the law of October 11, 2010 stipulates that nobody can, in a public space, wear an outfit designed to hide the face, on the grounds that this practice is contrary to the values that underpin the values of the Republic and undermines the dignity of the person) by a police patrol about an hour before brandishing his knife.