Swastikas Tagged in Paris: Two People Indicted for Apology of Crime or Offense

Two people have been charged with promoting a crime or offense after swastikas were spray-painted in Paris.

The two individuals were taken into custody after the appearance of the hateful symbols in the French capital.

The swastikas were tagged on several buildings in Paris, sparking outrage and prompting swift action from law enforcement.

Apologizing for or promoting a crime or offense is a serious offense in France, and those found guilty could face severe penalties.

The appearance of such symbols is a reminder of the ongoing battle against hate speech and discrimination in society.

Authorities are working to ensure that those responsible for spreading such messages of hate are held accountable for their actions.

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