Elected official receives antisemitic insults at the exit of a restaurant

The Lyon court - © DR
The Lyon court - © DR

Lyon - According to the national police, on March 5 at the start of the afternoon, Charles-Franck Lévy, deputy mayor of Lyon was threatened at the exit of a restaurant by a man he knew and who had wished, without success, join the campaign team. 

Charles-Franck Lévy (who was delivered 2 days of ITT) was threatened with death by this 56 year old man who tried to hit him and insulted him with antisemitic remarks. The suspect was arrested a few hours later.

Placed in police custody, he denied the facts. He was presented to the prosecution on Saturday March 7 and locked up pending his appearance today.

Source: Lyon Capitale