Police Commissioner Involved in Charlie Hebdo Investigation “Commits Suicide”. Total News Blackout MUST READ !!!!!

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky
Global Research
January 11, 2015


Police Commissioner Helric Fredou, Number Two Police Officer of the Regional Service of France’s Judicial Police (JP), Limoges, (Haute-Vienne), “committed suicide on the night of Wednesday to Thursday at the police station.”

Commissioner Helric Fredou was part of the police investigation into the Charlie Hebdo terror attack.

Terror suspects Cherif and Said Kouachi who were shot dead by police on January 9, spent their high-school years in the Limoges region. No doubt this was the object of Fredou’s police investigation. Yet police and media reports state that on that same Wednesday he was involved in a meeting with the family of one of the Charlie Hebdo victims.

On Wednesday, as part of the Charlie Hebdo investigation, he dispatched a team of police officials under his jurisdiction. He is reported to have waited for the return of his team for a debriefing. Immediately following the police debriefing, he was involved in preparing his police report.

According to media reports, he committed suicide at around 1am on Thursday, within hours of the police debriefing. He used his own police weapon, a SIG-Sauer to “shoot himself in the head”.

At the time of his death, police claim to have not known the reason for his alleged suicide. This was reflected in their official statements to the media: “It is unknown at this time the reasons for his actions”.

However, a back story appears to have been inserted simultaneously, most likely from the very same police media liaisons, who then told the press that Fredou was ‘depressed and overworked’. For any law enforcement officer in France, it would seem rather odd that anyone would want to miss the biggest single terror event of the century, or history in the making, as it were. (21st Century Wire,)

”An autopsy was performed at the University Hospital of Limoges, “confirming the suicide”

There has been a total news blackout.

The French media decided or was instructed not to cover the incident. Not news worthy? So much for “Je suis Charlie” and ”Freedom of Expression” in journalism.

Likewise, the Western media including all major news services (AP, AFP, Reuters, Deutsche Welle, etc) have not covered the issue.

One isolated report in Le Parisien presents the act of suicide as being totally unrelated to the Charlie Hebdo investigation.

While described as being depressive and suffering from a burnout, police reports state that Helric Fredou’s suicide was totally unexpected.

Moreover, it is worth noting that, according to reports, he committed suicide in his workplace, in his office at the police station.

Did he commit suicide? Was he incited to commit suicide?

Or was he an “honest Cop” executed on orders of France’s judicial police?

Has his report been released?

These are issues for France’s journalists to address. It’s called investigative reporting. Or is it outright media censorship?

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8 Responses to Police Commissioner Involved in Charlie Hebdo Investigation “Commits Suicide”. Total News Blackout MUST READ !!!!!

  1. me says:

    about photo crowd manipulation[ in dutch however the pictures tell more than a thousand words]

    not so many protesters as teh media tries to sell to us


  2. anon says:

    does this explain the absence of us govt officials from the rally? absence implies guilt? or complicit behavior?

  3. Trex says:

    Another account of this “suicide” elsewhere, mentioned that Fredou clearly figured out who was behind the Hebdo attacks and why it occurred, AND the fact that he was about to go public with this information. Of course that couldn’t be allowed, nor could he be allowed to live while having this info being someone who might spill the beans sometime in the future. Ergo – it “logically” follows that he would instantly change his mind and decide on terminating his life right then and there in his office instead… right, that makes perfect sense, happens all the time. This event only goes to prove that there was a whole lot more to the Hebdo plot than the two Kouachi brothers acted out. There were obviously some planners involved, as well as a few shadowy observers who likely filled in the details seeding the scene with “evidence”, as well as contacts within their police – close to Fredou – who Fredou might have talked to, releasing his opinions and personal deductions on the case. One of these undercover informants likely had “friendly” access to Fredou, who then could have turned on him. It certainly feels like there’s far more to this than meets the eye. I’m sure Fox news will fill us in on the ugly details.

  4. vlad says:

    to find out the realy story of why he was murdered go to blog

  5. Another state murder by suicide… well, it was predicted things would get fuzzy during these times.
    So it’s easy to ID the bad guys… just follow the chain-of-command upward of who were involved in writing this off.

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