Paris Is Blazing After Youths Killed On Stolen Moped

Riots broke out in Paris last night after two “youths” were killed when they collided with a police car… on their stolen moped.

The BBC has video of the rioting HERE.

Police look at a car set ablaze 25 November 2007 in Villiers-le-Bel, outside Paris. French police were on alert for a new flare-up of violence in the Paris suburbs, after the death of two teenagers in a crash with a police car sparked six hours of rioting by angry youths.(AFP/Martin Bureau)

The protesting youth obviously were not interested in talking with the authorities:

Eight people were arrested and 21 police officers were injured—including the town’s police chief who was beaten in the face after he tried to negotiate with the rioters, a police official said on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.

Noblesse Oblige is following the rioting.
Nidra Poller is reporting on the raging youths from France.
And, Atlas Shrugs has a first hand account posted from a friend in Paris.

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