French Government Covered Up ‘Gruesome Torture Of Bataclan Victims’

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A shocking new report claims that French authorities suppressed information about the torture of victims in the Bataclan during the Paris attacks last year.

ISIS gunmen attacked the Parisian concert hall where Eagles of Death Metal were performing on November 13 last year, killing 89 people – with 130 people in total killed in the coordinated terrorist attacks across the French capital.

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According to an exclusive report from Heat Street, the attack was even more twisted than first believed, with claims that the sick terrorist killers appeared to have also tortured the victims and bodies were found in a mutilated state by French police.

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Apparently, the scene was so bad that one investigating officer, with tears streaming down his face, rushed out of the Bataclan and vomited after seeing the disfigured bodies.

The report claims that some victims had been castrated with their testicles put in their mouths, while others had had their eyes gouged out, and some victims were allegedly decapitated. An investigator also claimed that women were sexually tortured and that the terrorists had filmed the torture for use in Daesh propaganda.

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The horrific details reportedly emerged during an inquiry about the Paris attacks on March 21. In the 14-hour testimony, a French government committee heard about the reports that the ISIS attackers tortured their victims.

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The investigator reportedly said:

After the assault, we were with colleagues at the passage Saint-Pierre Amelot when I saw weeping from one of our colleagues who came outside to vomit. He told us what he had seen.

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However, prosecutors at the parliamentary inquiry cast doubt over the claims, saying those reports of torture were a ‘rumour’ on the grounds that sharp knives were not found at the scene.

They instead believe that the injuries to victims could have been caused by shrapnel.


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