An investigation into the events of the CL final

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The spokesman for the police headquarters spoke after the incidents during the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool.

The police prefecture tries to clear customs. Many incidents marred the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool. Since then, the public authorities, through Gerald Darmanin or the police headquarters, have blamed English supporters, especially those holding counterfeit tickets, to explain the disorder. While criticism is raining internationally, the spokesman for the police headquarters was summoned to explain himself.

The latter spoke at the microphone of BFM TV: “The use of tear gas was made in a supervised manner to put an end to attempts at intrusion and crowd movements. We obviously deplore that families could have been indirectly affected. “ A version which however seems largely contradicted by several videos circulating on social networks.

Source: France websites

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