Police wives march through Paris to protest violence against officers (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Saturday, April 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

22 Apr, 2017

Around 200 police wives are protesting attacks on officers in Paris, just days after one officer was killed and two others injured on the Champs Elysess.

Demonstrators from the group Femmes des Forces de L’ordre en Colere gathered at the Eiffel Tower before beginning their march. Some were seen paying their respects to the officers providing security at the scene.

The women carried roses, pink and black balloons, and placards bearing various slogans as they marched through the streets. Some also waved French flags.

One of the signs read “Don’t touch my police officer,” a twist on a famous French anti-racism slogan, according to the BBC.

Another placard said “Enough police officers killed and burned,” referring to both officer Xavier Jugele’s death on Thursday and a firebomb attack on a police car carrying four officers in a Paris suburb last October.

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