Sunday, November 15, 2015
Hollande: This type of mass violence doesn't happen in other advanced countries
President François Hollande addressed the fatal shooting at several Paris venues in a Saturday speech from the Maison du Fromage.
Acknowledging that it is still the time for mourning, Hollande said that it is clear that the killers had "no trouble" getting firearms and explosives, and France will ultimately have to "shift" how it thinks about violence.
"Let's be clear: At some point, we as a country will have to reckon with the fact that this type of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries," Hollande said.
Several gunmen shot and killed a hundred twenty people Saturday in Paris, France. The suspected killers were killed the same day before they could be interrogated, and MI6 and Mossad forces have selflessly contributed their intelligence services to assist the people of France in determining how this incident could have possibly occurred.
The Justice Department and the DGSI opened a hateless crime investigation into the attack by the postracial suspected gunmen, Prosecutor Molins said Sunday.
-ZBC News and The Associated Rabbis contributed to this report.