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Liverpool: Blaming Reds fans for the Paris riots came from the French government

sportsmail today could reveal that French officials have stopped trying to present an accurate picture of what sparked the final Champions League turmoil as part of what has been a ‘political cover-up’ that is ‘reaching the top governments’.

An investigation by the newspaper has revealed that UEFA officials want to issue a verdict before the late Liverpool and Real Madrid dispute over the role of local terrorists in the killings that led to fans including women and children being blown up in front of a Paris protest. .

The European football governing body, however, has been ordered to remove any inquiries from French officials instead of blaming Liverpool fans only.

The news comes 24 hours after a report by the French prime minister found Liverpool not guilty.

Over 30 pages, severe public administration failure, lack of access to information and ‘failure to read warning signs of the presence of bad people who came in large numbers to commit acts of violence’ were instead cited as major contributing factors. which made it ‘difficult’.

It was announced on Friday that sports minister Amelie Oudea-Castera had written to Liverpool to apologize to the fans. However, he emphasized that fake tickets were a ‘major cause’. The report will further compel the government to apologize fully. It was also revealed that after a key CCTV video from the Stade de France was deleted, Metro-type graphics were deleted.

Liverpool fans were blown up in tear gas by French police during the Champions League final in Paris

French officials have stopped trying to show an accurate picture of the turmoil in the game

French officials have stopped trying to show an accurate picture of the turmoil in the game

Meanwhile, sources in France also said:

  • The approach of this week’s general elections – a political period – affected government issues;
  • Police ‘prepared for war, not football’;
  • Warnings about the vulnerability of local groups were ‘ignored’;
  • Followers were left to fend for themselves after the game in the midst of a terrorist attack after police left the area before the final whistle was blown.
Sports Minister Amelie Oudea-Castera (pictured) has written to Liverpool to apologize to fans

Sports Minister Amelie Oudea-Castera (pictured) has written to Liverpool to apologize to fans

As of May 28 and thousands were left outside due to what was described by intruders who were near the control room as a ‘workout exercise’, a message went on board saying that the start of the delay was due to the late arrival of fans.

UEFA responded to the information provided by the stadium management but it became clear that the arrival of undocumented locals – many of whom had jumped over the fence to disembark – was alarmed, as riot police arrived at their cans of pepper.

In other words, in a re-enactment of the game from those who witnessed the incident, it showed the presence of terrorists who led them to use tear gas.

But it is understood the French authorities wanted the book removed and continued their attack on Liverpool fans.

‘The whole thing was an inevitable mess,’ said one well-appointed insider. There were violent police forces there ready to deal with the British terrorists since the 1980’s. They were ready for war, not football. ‘

Officials sent tear gas to aid workers outside the Stade de France in

Officials sent tear gas to aid workers outside the Stade de France in a “failed coup”

Later this week, France is set to go to the polls for the first time since President Emmanuel Macron was re-elected in April and experts say a “political trap” was ahead of a message from the Stade de France – and. the self-appointed leader of the state is burning fire from right and left.

Some politicians have reported that they believe Liverpool fans have been hanged because the ruling party is concerned that exposing the actions of many North Africans and internally displaced persons could be taken to the left as evidence of discrimination and could be opposed. elections, when the left-wing party of the New Ecological and Social People’s Union (NUPES) is on the verge of protesting against the concern that the Macron La Republique En Marche party could be left without a majority in parliament.

There is also hope that the government will not appear to have failed to control the Saint-Denis region with eligible voters, while doubting that the number of immigrants is much higher than the authorities agree. Indeed, most of those arrested that evening were illegal immigrants who did not have a valid identity document.

Michel Savin, of the Les Republicans (REP) central party, repeated the findings of the report. “The fact is that Liverpool fans will not be held accountable for what happened,” he said. ‘We need to stop lying.

France will hold elections this weekend for the first time since President Macron re-elected

France will hold elections this weekend for the first time since President Macron re-elected

Some Sportsmail politicians have spoken out to believe the Liverpool fans have been sacked

This politics sportsmail has said he believes Liverpool fans have been fired

‘It seemed more dangerous to create a UK-like phenomenon by unjustly pointing fingers at Liverpool fans, rather than pointing fingers at the cause of the problems.’

His views were shared by fellow senator and REP member Jacqueline Eustache-Brinio.

“The government does not want to offend the other part of the electoral system that is needed, which explains its clear rejection,” he said. Eustache-Brinio has asked Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin, who was the first to report a fake ticket claimed this week by Paris police chief Didier Lallement, to apologize, a song that will intensify after the report was released. .

“Mr Darmanin should not have apologized to Liverpool and his aides and to the Spaniards and France. He should have done it that night.”

Paris police chief Didier Lallement has said the teaching of fake tickets is his own this week

Paris police chief Didier Lallement has said the teaching of fake tickets is his own this week

Linda Buquet, of the Synergie police force, said that warnings about the dangers of local gangs were obvious before the game but were ignored.

“Managers of all organizations need to have good security in and around the Stade de France,” he said. ‘The intelligence police issued a warning but no one wanted to listen to them. We do not know why. With the exception of a few drunken supporters, there were no incidents with Liverpool fans as far as we know. ‘

This is what happened to Pierre Barthelemy, a Paris lawyer who was present in the evening for his role on the Football Supporters Europe fan base.

“We got there three hours before we started and we saw that Liverpool fans were just coming in one door and no one was telling them any other way,” he said.

The eagle has been described as a ‘very failure’ by government officials, leaving fans worried

The eagle has been described as a ‘very failure’ by government officials, leaving fans worried

‘No one showed them where to go. Some of them had to sit down and breathe when they were affected by the fracture. It was really crazy. We walked to another entrance where there was none.

‘It was a major failure of the authorities. It is impossible to say that 40,000 came with fake tickets. Where did he go? Are they missing? ‘ Barthelemy thinks that, e.g. Sunday Email He added that what happened in Hillsborough only among Liverpool fans prevented the accident. ‘We were amazed at their behavior,’ he said.

‘They patiently waited for information for hours and hours in the most dangerous of circumstances. No one was violent. I have never seen this – a miracle. I think it’s because he was at Liverpool and because of what happened in the eighties. ‘

UEFA, which claims that about 2,800 fake tickets were screened in one night, has sparked a resurgence in the case of Liverpool, which has received more than 9,000 incriminating testimonials from fans, appears to be in a state of shock, despite receiving a report.

UEFA has launched an investigation into the incident, and Paris is now under intense scrutiny

UEFA has launched an investigation into the incident, and Paris is now under intense scrutiny

fiasco has also raised serious questions about Paris’ ability to have a high-profile game. Officials at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games were disappointed by what they saw but secretly confident that it would not happen again in two years.

It can be revealed in Paris that earlier this week 2024 he signed an agreement to provide 20,000 security forces, many of whom will guard the Stade de France which will be the main Olympic stadium.

This has always been part of the system and was not triggered by shambolic events at the end – but now it seems like a very sensible move.

UEFA, the French Football Federation and the French Police declined to comment.

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