Investigator of Charlie Hebdo massacre, the Police Commissioner Helric Fredoun, ‘committed suicide’ before completing his report on the bloody events.
Commissioner Helric Fredoun SRPJ (Service Régional de Police Judiciaire) Limoges ‘has committed suicide’ few night ago in his office, apparently using his service weapon.
The Commissioner Fredou was working on a mission of the police as part of the Charlie Hebdo affair.
In particular, he surveyed the family of one of the victims.
He killed himself before completing its report.
A native of Limoges, this 44 year old man began his career in 1997 as a police officer at the regional office of the judicial police of Versailles, before returning to Limoges. In 2007 he became commissioner, after two years at the school of Saint-Cyr Mont-Dore, before being appointed head of the departmental security of the Haute-Vienne. In September 2010, he joined the city of Cherbourg (Manche) for the central office of Commissioner. Before returning to Limoges in August 2012 to be appointed deputy director of the regional police service.
An autopsy must be performed and an investigation has been opened.
SOURCE: Le Populaire
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