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ABUJA, January 11 (Ooduarere) — Police official Helric Fredou, who had been researching the assault on the French weekly sarcastic magazine Charlie Hebdo, conferred suicide in his office. The scene happened in Limoges, the authoritative capital of the Limousin district in west-centre France, on Thursday night, neighborhood media France 3 reports.
Helric Fredou, 45, endured from wretchedness and experienced wear out. In a matter of seconds before committing suicide, he met with the group of a casualty of the Charlie Hebdo assault and killed himself setting up the report.
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Fredou started his profession in 1997 as a cop at the territorial office of the legal police of Versailles. Later he came back to Limoges, the place where he grew up. Since 2012 he had been the representative chief of the provincial police administration.
“We are all shocked. Nobody was ready for such developments”, an agent of the neighborhood police union told columnists.
On January 7, 2015, two shooters blast into the article office of Charlie Hebdo magazine, known for issuing toons, deriding Islam. The aggressors, later distinguished as siblings Said and Cherif Kouachi, slaughtered 12 individuals and harmed 11, and got away from the scene. Taking after two days across the country manhunt, the suspects were killed on Friday by French police by some 20 miles northeast of Paris