"(AGI) Toulouse - Police in France prevented a group of people from holding a demonstration in memory of the Toulouse killer.Things that make you go "Hmm..."
This afternoon, some one hundred riot police officers intervened to disperse about thirty people who were trying to hold a demonstration in memory of Mohammed Merah, the man behind a series of shootings in Toulouse who was killed by the police two days ago after an over 32-hour siege. Most of the demonstrators were burqa-clad young women. Wearing the full-body burqa veil in public is illegal in France. . ."
Monday, March 26, 2012
The Huffington Post was all over the Toulouse shooting, but missed this postscript to the tragic incident: