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Drancy on February 28, 2018
The National Bureau of Vigilance Against Antisemitism denounces and condemns the anti-Semitic tags discovered in the class of a Jewish professor at the Specialized School of the Castle in Nice (06).
According to the school teacher who requested the BNVCA, when she arrives on 19/2/18 in her class, Mrs. Hélène B. notes that a swastika was painted on a poster with glitter, and brushes.
She tells us that according to her, the door was opened and closed with a key, that the alarm was deactivated. The drawer of his desk was fractured, the good points thrown on the ground and a stolen tablet.
The director of the institution filed a complaint.
Obviously, the authors burgled this class because they knew it was that of the Jewish professor. The BNVCA wants the facts to be neither distorted nor minimized in order to relativize the gravity and their antisemitic nature.
According to our information, the CCTV installed by the City of Nice recorded the silhouettes of two young individuals (one wearing a cap, the other small and brown) who entered the classroom, without breaking, and painted this swastika.
The BNVCA, which recommends to the applicant to file a complaint on her behalf for the acts of which she was the victim, appointed Maître Baccouche to assist her legally.
The BNVCA, which has decided to become a civil party, asks the police to make every effort to identify the perpetrators of the offense and to call on them.