Open investigation into fake Brav-M at Hanouna

Open investigation into fake Brav-M at Hanouna

After the program “Touche pas à mon poste” where three men and a woman pretended to be Brav-M agents, an investigation was opened, the prosecution announced on Wednesday.

A preliminary investigation was opened in Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) after a report from the Paris police headquarters on the presence of people wrongly presented as Brav-M police officers in the program Don’t touch my post (TPMP) presented by Cyril Hanouna, said the prosecution on Wednesday.

Friday March 31, three men and a woman testified on the set of TPMP hooded, voice modified and a police armband on his arm, presenting himself for some as members of the Motorized Violent Action Repression Brigade (Brav-M). This motorcycle police unit is currently under fire from critics, accused of violence against demonstrators against the pension reform.

The police headquarters issued a report to the Paris prosecutor’s office, which relinquished responsibility for the benefit of that of Nanterre, which entrusted the investigations to the Brigade for the repression of delinquency against the person (BRDP).

Guest of the program broadcast on C8 Monday April 3, Laurent Nuñez had indicated that he had taken legal action after the sequence, and that a “administrative investigation” was led by the IGPN, the police force. According to the prefect of police, Laurent Nuñez, the presence of these four people “discredits” on this unit.

As of Friday evening, he had assured that “the first elements in possession” of his services left “to think that these people do not belong to the Brav-M”. “When an official who has been dismissed speaks on behalf of Brav-M, for me it is a problem”, added Laurent Nuñez, also denouncing the “non-respect of the duty of reserve” other officials.

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According to corroborating sources obtained by AFP, none is a member of Brav-M. A man named Cédric, who presented himself as their spokesperson, was dismissed from the national police in December 2022.

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