Tragedy in a court in Northern France. A lawyer killed the president of the local Association, as he was in his office, waiting to be notified about a suspension ordinance, then he committed suicide. It happened in Melun, in the department Seine and Marne.
The lawyer, Joseph Scipilliti, was a representative of Replies Laique, a site which defends secularity, according to Le Figaro. The victim, Henrique Vannier, died while being transported to the hospital. The lawyer who shot Melun in court had been suspended from the Association for three years for having written a letter which contained threats to the president, Henrique Vannier, writes the newspaper Le Parisien. The man was also banned from the court. This morning, at around 9am, he has managed to sneak inside the building and break into Vannier’s office where opened fire: the president was reached by three bullets.
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