The disgraceful state of European demographics continues to show its ugly head as the unvetted attacks on our people proliferate day in and day out. French authorities arrested nine individuals on suspicion of murder on Tuesday following the fatal stabbing of a French teenager in a racially motivated attack. Eyewitnesses to the killing spree in the French village of Crépol on Sunday, which cost the life of 16-year-old Thomas Perotto and left several others injured, have revealed how the knife-wielding gang members spoke of their desire ”to kill white people.” Promising rugby player Thomas was stabbed in the chest and neck after leaving a winter ball in the early hours of Sunday morning as a gang from a nearby town stood waiting for attendees to leave the village hall.
Two other men, aged 28 and 23, were taken to a hospital in Lyon with critical injuries, and several others were treated for stab wounds not thought to be life-threatening. Further details have since come to light regarding the intentions behind the attack, originally reported by the mainstream media as a ”brawl” between two opposing bands. ”It wasn’t just a fight like we’re used to, where there’s little punches thrown at each other. We saw between 15 and 20 people arrive. We didn’t know them, they took out the knives, they were there to kill. We experienced it as an attack” one eyewitness told French media.
”There were around thirty of them, according to my daughter’s friends. They shouted we are going to kill white people,” said another local. French police have since amended their description of the attack, probably because they have no choice. Footage circulated on social media shows individuals being stabbed by a group of young men who shout, ”F**king gwer” — an Arabic slur for white people. All nine suspects were based within the region of Drôme in southeast France. It is understood that seven of those arrested had traveled more than 450 kilometers to the city of Toulouse, where they were finally apprehended after spending a night at a hotel. Two others were arrested in Romans-sur-Isère, a commune 20 kilometers south of Crépol.
There were around 50 police officers involved in the operation. ”They are, for some, very well known to the justice system, in particular for theft, for break-ins linked to narcotics, for refusing to comply,” BFMTV’s crime correspondent Maxime Brandstaetter said of the criminals. The main suspect alleged to have dealt the fatal blow to Thomas is a 20-year-old male identified as A. Chaïd, an unemployed son of migrants who lives with his mother in an apartment in Romans-sur-Isère. The delinquent was already known to the courts for petty theft. In the past, he has already been fined 250 euros for concealment of theft and 200 euros for being arrested in the street with a knife on him.
The killer intended to flee to Spain before he was arrested. ”The suspect hangs out daily at La Monnaie with a gang of around thirty young people and works with the two big drug traffickers in the neighborhood” as per locals in the area. The killer didn’t know Thomas, but in a cowardly attempt to explain the crime the suspects allege a previous provocation. Here at Total Disclosure, we couldn’t care less about the excuses and eternal victimization of the vermin who have invaded our countries. Low-life bums with no love or respect for the people who opened their doors to them.
Ungrateful young men angry at the world for their own shortcomings and inferiority complex. I couldn’t care less what their explanation of the crime is, it’s time to lock down and deport these feral invaders. Besides Chaïd, the other suspects in the teenager’s murder are three minors over the age of 16 and five young adults aged 19 to 22. Some are already known to law enforcement. The most serious conviction concerns a 21-year-old sentenced to 2 years in prison for aggravated violence. A march to remember Thomas was organized through Crépol on Wednesday. Let’s hope this is the start of a change of mentality all across the West regarding what we let inside our borders, past, present, and future.