Zemmour convicted of “hatred of refugee children”


Published 17 January 2022 at 15.59

Abroad. Immigration-critical French presidential candidate Éric Zemmour is now convicted of “incitement to hatred” against so-called unaccompanied refugee children. He is forced to pay a fine of more than SEK 100,000, writes Le Figaro.

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It was in a TV debate in CNews in September 2020 that Éric Zemmour described his view of the unaccompanied men.

– They have nothing to do here. They are thieves, they are murderers, they are rapists, that's what they are. They need to be sent home and they should not be allowed to come here, he said. > Now he is sentenced by a court, which sentences him to pay more than 100,000 kronor in fines. CNew's responsible publisher will be fined SEK 30,000.

Éric Zemmour has previously been convicted of so-called incitement against ethnic groups on two occasions.

His lawyer will appeal the new verdict. On social media, Zemmour complains that the French courts are politicized.

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