Only four percent of Tunisians who are set to be deported from France are ever actually deported. So Aymen Ben Hassine might as well buy a house in France.
“He had shouted ‘Allah akbar’ as he rushed at the gendarmes,” translated from “Il avait crié « Allah akbar » en se ruant sur les gendarmes,” by Denis Masliah, Le Dauphiné, November 7, 2022 (thanks to Medforth):
This Monday at the Grenoble courthouse, Aymen Ben Hassine was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment, one of which was suspended and was placed under a warrant of committal.
When Aymen Ben Hassine was stopped by the gendarmes last October 4 in the region of Voiron because he had just stolen a baguette from a bakery, the case would probably have ended there if it had not been necessary for the military to check his right to stay in France. Because this young 26-year-old Tunisian, who arrived in France about a year ago, did not have a certification proving that he was on national territory legally.
While he was in detention, the checks even showed the opposite, and the prefecture immediately took an Obligation to leave French territory (OQTF) measure against him. In the premises of the gendarmerie of Voiron where he was detained, the soldiers notified him of the OQTF and explained to him that he was going…
“He hits a gendarme with a tap and bites another member of the brigade,” translated from “Il frappe un gendarme avec un robinet et en mord un autre au sein de la brigade,” Le Dauphiné, October 5, 2022 (thanks to Medforth):
A Tunisian in an irregular situation and placed in administrative detention at the gendarmerie brigade injured a soldier with a tap he had just torn from the wall and bit a second one on Tuesday.
A 25-year-old Tunisian national, arrested for theft, turned out to be in an irregular situation and was therefore subject to an administrative detention measure at the Voiron gendarmerie brigade.
This is where this Tuesday, October 4 around noon, after asking to go to the bathroom,…