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France: Le Pen calls for Gendarmerie brigade to deal with 'radicalised riffraff'01:23

France: Le Pen calls for Gendarmerie brigade to deal with 'radicalised riffraff'

France, Paris
January 16, 2015 at 02:26 GMT +00:00 · Published

Leader of the Front National party Marine Le Pen outlined plans to create a new Gendarmerie brigade to deal with 'radicalised riffraff' during a press conference in Paris on Friday. She also called for the reinstatement of the death penalty in France, calling it 'a necessity in a jury's arsenal.'

Speaking from the Front National HQ, Le Pen stated that the new Gendarmerie brigade's first mission would be to empty suburban cellars containing weapons. She added that the group would also deal with weapons and drug providers to 'restore the order of the Republic.'

Le Pen went on to state that 'new forms of terrorism' necessitate the formation of those affected by such attacks, adding that although Bin Laden was no longer committing these acts, the 'radicalised riffraff' - naming several notorious Muslim militants - were clones of the former Al-Qaida leader.

France: Le Pen calls for Gendarmerie brigade to deal with 'radicalised riffraff'01:23
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Leader of the Front National party Marine Le Pen outlined plans to create a new Gendarmerie brigade to deal with 'radicalised riffraff' during a press conference in Paris on Friday. She also called for the reinstatement of the death penalty in France, calling it 'a necessity in a jury's arsenal.'

Speaking from the Front National HQ, Le Pen stated that the new Gendarmerie brigade's first mission would be to empty suburban cellars containing weapons. She added that the group would also deal with weapons and drug providers to 'restore the order of the Republic.'

Le Pen went on to state that 'new forms of terrorism' necessitate the formation of those affected by such attacks, adding that although Bin Laden was no longer committing these acts, the 'radicalised riffraff' - naming several notorious Muslim militants - were clones of the former Al-Qaida leader.