Aged 18 to 29, they were arrested in different regions of France and placed in police custody for “cyberstalking” and “death threats” against the adolescent from Isère.
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The Paris public prosecutor’s office announced that five people had been taken into police custody on Tuesday, February 9, in the investigation into the death threats made against Mila. The Isère teenager was targeted after the publication, in November, of a new video in which she attacked those who threaten her with death in the name of Islam, and which she concluded with: “Last thing, watch your buddy Allah, please. Because my fingers in his heart hole … I still haven’t got them out.”
The five people in police custody, aged 18 to 29, were arrested in different regions of France and placed in police custody for “cyberstalking” and “death threats” as part of the investigations carried out by the national pole fight against online hatred, recently created within the Paris prosecutor’s office.
In November, the Vienna prosecutor’s office opened an investigation for “written death threats and electronic harassment”. The perpetrators face up to three years imprisonment and a fine of 45,000 euros.