President of the Mobilization of Angry Police (MPC) Maggy Biskupski committed suicide on Monday evening with his gun service at his home in Carrières-sous-Poissy (Yvelines), according to information from Parisian which we are able to confirm. He was 36 years old and a Yvelines Brigade Brigade (BAC) employee.
The young woman became the figure of an enraged police movement after the Viry-Châtillon events in Essonne in October 2016: two police vehicles were exported by a group of hoods with 13 Molotov cocktails. Two members of the security forces were badly burned, the other two more mildly.
Since then, Maggy Biskupski, who is subject to the Police Force (IGPN), to keep the Reserve Obligation in the case of Viry-Châtillon, has reported police dislike especially on TV tickets.
"Fight I'm proud to run"
"I chose the fight I'm proud to go, it's important because it's not just about the national police but about your safety … (…) So when I'm in IGPN, I'm staying in the course," she commented France 5 in January.
Recently, a police officer confronted Yann Moix in the orchard Terrans Saturday. "If you come here that the police are afraid, you know weakness is driving hatred: say you're in your trousers when doing a job that should take this fear into consideration …" essayist and documentary writer during the broadcast; comments he later tempered.
Maggy Biskupski has asked the Interior Minister to file a "public insult" complaint. Gerard Collomb announced soon after "making a decision to file a complaint (…) about insult and defamation."