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Paris Shooting Leaves Three Dead And Several Injured: Video Goes Viral

Paris Shooting Leaves Three Dead And Several Injured: Video Goes Viral



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Latest shooting in Paris at Kurdish cultural centre on Friday, 23 December 2022.

A shooting that occurred on Friday at and near a Kurdish cultural centre in Paris left at least three people dead and several others injured.

The alleged shooter, who was recognized by the law enforcement agencies, was apprehended and placed into custody.

According to information obtained by Mandy News, the suspect, a 69-year-old man, was also injured.

Paris shooting at Kurdish cultural centre

At least several people were wounded by multiple gunshots that were fired noon on Friday at the Centre Ahmet Kaya Kurdish community center on the busy shopping area of Rue d’Enghien in Paris’s 10th neighborhood.

Three people have been confirmed dead, while one injured person, among others, is currently receiving intensive treatment.

The shooter also went after a hairdresser and a café that faced a Kurdish centre, according to the local mayor Alexandra Cordebard.

The Paris prosecutor’s office reported that a murder, manslaughter, and aggravated violence investigation had been launched.

The 69-year-old man who was in the possession of a weapon was caught on the scene and transported to a hospital for treatment of injuries, particularly to the face.

According to reports from French media, the man is French-born and a former train conductor who was found guilty of attempted murder in 2016 and had just been released from jail on December 12 after attacking a migrant camp in Paris with a sabre the previous year.

He wasn’t allowed to use any weapons as part of the conditions of his pardon.

Although the prosecutor indicated that a “possible racist element” may have been responsible for the shooting, his intentions remain unknown.

The threat posed by violent far-right organisations in France has been regularly highlighted by Gérald Darmanin, France’s interior minister.

Darmanin said that he will return to Paris to direct the earliest stages of the investigation while visiting a police station roughly 300 kilometers distant in Tourcoing, northern France.

This occurs almost ten years after the murder of three Kurdish activists in Paris on January 9, 2013.

Additionally, video of the attack’s aftermath in Paris are being posted online by people on social media from the scene of the shooting.

People are scurrying across the streets in search of safety as they cross roadways in fear of the occurrence.

Police officers can be seen observing the incident, and one of them is seen walking around the neighborhood brandishing a rifle.

Watch the video below.

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