Paris prison ‘dismantles suspected radical network’
Ten prisoners have reportedly been relocated from Europe’s biggest jail, after officials feared “an attempt to form a network”.
All of those who were moved – who had been identified as the “ringleaders” of the network – were either under surveillance for radicalization or thought to be at risk for radicalization, according to the Journal du Dimanche.
“We decided straight away to move them to other institutions,” a spokesperson for the Fleury-Mérogis prison, located in the southern suburbs of Paris, told the JDD. Most of the prisoners are understood to have been moved to other institutions within the Paris region in July.
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