Breitbart: Five people have been arrested by French police after the doors to the city hall of Bordeaux were set on fire on Thursday evening amid ongoing country-wide protests against increasing the state pension age.
The fire was lit in the evening, with the first person arrested, a 25-year-old, caught throwing objects at the fire in order to try and make it spread around 8:30 p.m.
In total, five people were arrested at the scene and are currently in the custody of the zonal directorate of the judicial police for the south-west, which is investigating the detainees for acts of arson, Sud Ouest reports.
Investigators say that two of the suspects in the incident are homeless people in their twenties. Two others are said to be aged 16 and 19.
It remains unclear whether any of the suspects were the ones who started the fire, or if they simply tried to make it spread by throwing objects onto it. more
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So what kind of wine pairs best with something smoky? Good to see that the French are going after the correct folks…sort of. When they begin hanging the bankers, we’ll know they are getting even warmer.
Nothing so angry as a Froggie scorned.
They only have a four day work week in France – of course you’ll have to work 20% longer to accomplish anything!