Tuesday, 17 November 2015

In Friday evening, in the corridors of the male buildings of Sequedin prison, cries of joy and applause rang out. "We thought France had scored a goal against Germany," said one member of staff who was working that night, "but no. They were reactions to the news about the attacks in Paris..." 
In Vendin-le-Vieil, it was the same. "Unfortunately we have quite a few radicalised inmates in the centre," says Grégory Strzempek, local delegate of the UFAP prison officers' trade union. "After all that, we had two or three who made pro-Daesh remarks. There were even some who wanted to cut my head off! What can you do with people who want do die for Daesh? [Islamic State]"


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