The case dates back to August 10. At the end of the afternoon, at the station of Metro Joan of Arc of Toulouse, an individual armed with a knife arbitrarily attacks a passer-by and threatens to kill her. Out of fear, she flees. The assailant pursues. During his run, the victim falls and the aggressor throws himself on her and blesses her lightly at the level of the hand. Subsequently, the unfortunate woman was sheltered and then taken care of by the metro security service which was on site, according to a police source contacted by The Independent Opinion.
The aggressor accessible to criminal sanction
The attacker fled before being spotted by the city’s video surveillance system. This time, he is in the sector Arnaud Bernard. Still agitated, the man again attacks passers-by with his knife. While he was at a bar in the square, the forced is reasoned by waiters. They then call the police. The police quickly arrive on the scene and arrest the suspect.
The individual with schizophrenia, is the subject of an examination in order to determine his accessibility to the penal sanction because of his psychiatric pathology. As a result of the study, it was decided that the man was open to judgment. The latter was therefore brought before a magistrate, and is the subject of an immediate comparison scheduled for Tuesday, August 16.
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