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Monday, July 25, 2016 

French state facing lawsuits for failing to maintain security

Many victims of the recent terrorist attacks in France plan to sue the state for its failure to maintain proper safety:
Several victims of the July 14 truck attack have said they plan to sue the French state and the municipality of Nice amid criticism of the authorities’ failure to prevent the latest deadly attack on French soil.

French authorities have faced fierce criticism since Tunisia-born Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel drove a 19-tonne truck along Nice’s packed sea-front promenade on Bastille Day, France’s main public holiday, killing 84 people and injuring scores more.

It was the third time in 18 months that an attack linked to jihadist extremism had caused carnage on the streets of France, though investigators are still probing Bouhlel’s actual links to radical Islamism.

While previous attacks were followed by a display of unity from France’s political forces, the bloodshed on the French Riviera has prompted heated wrangling over claims officials failed to provide adequate security on Nice’s famed Promenade des Anglais, where revellers had gathered to watch the traditional firework display on July 14.

The public mood has also been less forgiving. Earlier this week, Prime Minister Manuel Valls was booed by an angry crowd on Nice’s beachfront walkway as he attended a minute of silence in tribute to the victims. Some cried “Valls resign”.

Lawyers say several victims and their relatives now plan to take their grief and anger to court, accusing the authorities of failing in their duty to protect the public.
And they're right. This seems to be the biggest problem with "peace seekers". They're so obsessed with what they think is perfect that they virtually throw away all responsibility to the public. Lawsuits for failure to maintain safety and other such issues are something that every decent person should try to do. The governments themselves who failed in their duties deserve it, and they're the ones to blame, because they let in all these savages to their countries, without a care in the world whether they turned against innocent people.

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