A man was violently attacked on November 24 in Saint-Orens-de-Gameville, southeast of Toulouse. His four attackers are charged on Wednesday, the prosecution decided to open a judicial investigation.
His vengeance turned against him. A 47-year-old man was violently assaulted in late November in the town of Saint-Orens-de-Gameville, southeast of Toulouse. His four assailants were all indicted on Wednesday, December 9, for aggravated violence by three circumstances that resulted in total incapacity for work (ITT) of more than eight days.
On November 24, the forty people saw a group of individuals in front of a business in Saint-Orens-de-Gameville, he recognized people who had beaten him a few days before. After recovering a baseball bat and knife, he turned to the group of young men for revenge. Unfortunately for him, his opponents were also armed. In particular, they used a tear gas canister, telescopic batons and wooden batteries to hit him. After this fight with unprecedented violence, the victim was left on the ground, unconscious, under the gaze of many witnesses and the perpetrators who all fled in a car. Supported by Smur, the 47-year-old man was taken to the La Croix du Sud clinic, in a state of worry. He had visible wounds on his skull.
Four men in custody
The gendarmes of the Autonomous Territorial Brigade (BTA) in Saint-Orens began searching for the refugees. The soldiers finally found them a few days later. Four men, two aged 22, a 24 and a further 25 were taken into custody earlier this week, assisted by lawyers, including Me Sarah Nabet-Claverie, who did not want to be expressed on this record. Following the hearing, the four suspects were referred to the Toulouse prosecutor’s office. The public prosecutor decided to open a judicial investigation, the judge then charged them. They are currently before the Freedom and Detention Judge to decide their possible prison.