Recently the news is going viral over the internet that there has been a shooting in France. When the public gets to know about this news they all are shocked and they all started to go over the internet to know more about it. Everyone is going through the internet to gain the information about incident, not only that they’ll are also searching that why this shooting happens. So, for our readers, we have brought the information about the incident. Not only that we are also going to give details about Nahel M as the public also searching about him over the internet. So keep reading through the article to know more.
Who was Nahel M, shot by police in Nanterre?
He was an only child who was raised by his mother. He played rugby league and worked as a delivery driver for takeout. He was noted as having a disorganized education. He had enrolled in a college in Suresnes, close to his home, to pursue an electrical engineering degree. People who knew him reported that he was well-liked in Nanterre, where he resided with his mother Mounia and who he had reportedly never met. He had a dismal track record of attending college. Although he had no criminal history, police were aware of him. Before she left for work, he gave his mother a hearty kiss and said, “I love you, Mum.”
He was fatally shot in the chest, point-blank, while operating a Mercedes vehicle on Tuesday just after nine in the morning for swerving during a police traffic check. His mother questioned, “What am I going to do now?” She said, “I gave everything to him. “I don’t have 10, I only have one.” He was both my best friend and my life. He was described as a “kind, good boy” by his grandma. Leader of the Socialist Party Olivier Faure said, “A refusal to stop doesn’t give you a license to kill.” “All the Republic’s children have a right to justice.”
Nahel has been a member of the Pirates of Nanterre rugby team for the previous three years. He had participated in an integrating program for teens who were having academic difficulties, which was run by the organization Ovale Citoyen. Nahel was training to become an electrician as part of a project designed to place residents in underserved communities in apprenticeships. One of the grownups in the area who knew him best was Jeff Puech, the president of Ovale Citoyen.