Marc de Cacqueray-Valmenier had attacked a Parisian bar emblematic of the anti-fascist movement. He was arrested on Thursday for having violated his judicial control by participating in the demonstration against the health pass on Saturday in Paris.
Marc de Cacqueray-Valmenier, presented as the leader of the ultra-right group dissolved the Zouaves Paris, was sentenced to one year in prison for the attack on a Parisian bar emblematic of the anti-fascist movement, Friday January 21 the day after his incarceration for failing to comply with his judicial review.
The 23-year-old activist was arrested Thursday in Saint-Cloud (Hauts-de-Seine) and then imprisoned after being seen last Saturday in Paris at a demonstration against the vaccine pass when he was banned from participating in a rally. “His judicial review was revoked and he was jailed late that evening“, said the prosecution on Friday. His small group, the Zouaves, had been dissolved on January 5 in the Council of Ministers, suspected in particular of being involved in the violence committed during a meeting of the far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour in Villepinte in December.
“Superiority of “Whites”»
The activist had been indicted for aggravated willful violence and willful violence in a meeting and placed under judicial supervision, a measure prohibiting him from participating in these gatherings. “Inside these nice demonstrators, there were (members) of the Zouaves, and in particular the person who is in charge of the Zouaves who had punched during the meeting of Eric Zemmour“, said Thursday Gérald Darmanin, who announced his arrest. “We see him with a megaphone to evoke the slogans“, added the minister on franceinfo.
The Zouaves, followers of flash actions like the “hooligans“, defend “the concept of superiority “blanks””. The group was born from the gathering of former members of the Union Defense Group (GUD), the Social Bastion and Identity Generation, both dissolved.
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