No Justice for Sebastien Jallamion

A French policeman named Sebastien Jallamion was severely punished for making “Islamophobic” posts on Facebook. The prosecutor even wanted him to do jail time for his heinous crimes, but the judge refused to go along with it.

Some months later Mr. Jallamion was ambushed and badly beaten by a group of North Africans. There was a notable reluctance on the part of the upper reaches of the justice system to investigate the crime. Months later there are no arrests and no suspects.

Did someone give the order to let the investigation languish? And, more chillingly, did someone give the order for a “hit” on Sebastien Jallamion? The video report below asks those questions, but is unable to provide any clear answers.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:


00:00   Sebastien Jallamion
00:04   in December 2014 published on his private Facebook account
00:08   seven pictures that denounced the murderers of Hervé Gourdel
00:12   and its instigators. A colleague, Ouarda Laareg,
00:16   reported the fact to her superiors. An administrative investigation suggested
00:20   a possible culpability, but Albert Doutre, the director of the department of public security,
00:24   sent Sebastien Jallamion before a disciplinary council
00:28   and the criminal court in Lyon. In October 2015
00:32   the disciplinary council suspended Sebastien from his police duty
00:36   for two years without pay. The prosecutor demanded
00:40   six months in prison, a lifelong interdiction from any public function,
00:44   And… psychiatric monitoring. He was sentenced “only”
00:48   to a fine of €5,000 and an inscription in his [newly established] criminal record.
00:52   In April 2016 in Lyon Sebastien was savagely attacked
00:56   by at least two Maghrebins with, no doubt, a knuckleduster
01:00   that caused serious injuries to his face.
01:04   What came next is incredible in a democracy: no usual procedures of investigation in a case
01:08   Where the attackers were caught in the act, when a police officer was attacked, were followed.
01:12   As a result, the investigation was much longer and random. Were the instructions
01:17   of higher authority given on purpose in a context of an administrative and judicial harassment
01:21   in order to cause the social death of a brave man? We have to hope that all light
01:25   will be shed on this terrible case.
01:32   The charge: seven pictures on the Facebook.
01:36   I would like to point out that it was
01:40   An anonymous Facebook account, in which
01:44   there was no mention of my occupation or my real identity;
01:48   and as a result I was talking totally private.
01:53   It was one of my work colleagues, who was one of my
01:57   “friends”, who was obviously shocked
02:01   by the content of this publication, and who went to talk about it
02:05   to the hierarchy. So one morning when I came to work
02:09   I was summoned by the chief superintendent,
02:13   who had on his desk copies of the pictures
02:17   from my Facebook. He informed me that he was going to start
02:21   an administrative investigation in order to find out if I had committed a disciplinary offense.
02:26   There was a disciplinary investigation, and a fault was suggested
02:33   by my superior of a breach of my lateral duty,
02:37   and the director of the department of public security
02:41   of the Rhone region, at that time judged that it wasn’t enough,
02:45   and sent me again before the disciplinary council.
02:49   I went before this disciplinary council, and there was a suggestion
02:53   of a temporary suspension from duty.
02:57   I was suspended on October 6th 2015
03:01   for two years.
03:05   At the same time a judiciary investigation was underway,
03:09   also on the orders of the director of the department of the public security,
03:13   and who asked the prosecutor in a case, where — as you remember —
03:17   there was no complaint, and no victim, and no filing
03:21   of a civil complaint from any anti-racist association, for example…
03:25   I went for the first time before the criminal court.
03:29   So the prosecutor demanded in the first instance,
03:33   before the criminal court of […], a sentence of six years,
03:37   A lifelong prohibition from exercising any public function, five years of prohibition
03:41   from carrying a gun, which is rather secondary, when you know that you
03:46   cannot work in any public function, and mandatory psychiatric monitoring… no less.
03:51   The judge in the criminal court was clearly surprised
03:54   by the severity of this demand, and she didn’t follow it,
03:58   because she sentenced me to a fine — still serious,
04:02   since it was 5000, which for a police officer
04:06   Constitutes, I can assure you,
04:14   several months’ salary. It’s not nothing.
04:18   As a result of my action I was sentenced. Justice determined that
04:22   I was guilty of “incitement to hatred or discrimination
04:26   towards a community of people because of their belonging to the Moslem faith”.
04:30   Voilà, exactly the crime I was sentenced for.
04:34   The court was of the opinion that the fine of €5,000
04:38   that I just mentioned wasn’t enough, and
04:42   they decided to appeal. So I had to appear again before a criminal court.
04:46   ‘The offending items’ — In my publications I was addressing
04:50   Moslem extremists and Islamo-terrorists in general
04:54   because it wasn’t Mr Al-Baghdadi — of course — who beheaded
04:58   Hervé Gourdel! It was other people, who wanted, by the way, in this way
05:02   to swear allegiance to him[Al-Baghdadi]. We are in a war against him since the attacks
05:06   perpetrated on the French soil, and not since attacks against our citizens abroad,
05:10   As in the case of Hervé Gourdel, and I might have reacted a little early. I’m hoping that
05:18   if I had published the same type of content today, perhaps I wouldn’t be sent before a criminal court.
05:26   In the first instance the reason that legitimized my sentence
05:30   it was the fact that the posts taken in their entirety
05:34   that would constitute the well-known offense
05:38   for which I was sentenced. A little strange, but…
05:42   And in appeal it was
05:47   determined that I had
05:51   in my posts
05:55   designated the Islamists, but because
05:59   the Islamists were part of the Moslem community,
06:03   it was an element of the offence.
06:07   I was accused of stigmatizing an imam
06:11   by showing the picture of Mr Al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS, as a target.
06:19   The director of the department of public security of Rhone region told me clearly:
06:23   “Aren’t you ashamed of stigmatizing an imam?”… There are two possibilities: either he doesn’t know
06:28   who this is, and he might want to do his homework before putting an officer before
06:32   a disciplinary council, or he wasn’t ignorant, and then it’s even worse; it means that he considers
06:38   Al-Baghdadi and Islamists the same as an imam of the neighborhood; it’s completely insane!
06:43   The court of appeals of Lyon decided that I would have a mention in my criminal record,
06:47   which means de facto, and automatically, my being removed from the national police force.
06:51   And I was under impression that the arguments were,
06:55   I would say, political rather than judicial.
06:59   The prosecutor in Lyon had estimated, that it was a good idea
07:03   to put this man before a criminal court.
07:07   Mr Jallamion was prosecuted for seven controversial pictures.
07:11   Of those seven, before the criminal court,
07:15   we got two acquittals; before the appeals court in Lyon
07:19   we got the third acquittal. Those three acquittals are very symptomatic.
07:23   In fact, especially for one of them, because Mr Jallamion had shared
07:27   an existing picture from Valeurs Actuelles,
07:31   the picture of a veiled Marianne [French symbol]
07:35   draped in blue, white and red, pointing out: no to the Islamisation of France!
07:39   The Criminal Court didn’t think they had to release Mr Jallamion.
07:44   The appeals court in Lyon, in turn, did release my client
07:48   and it’s rather significant, in fact, of an
07:52   absolutely objective approach to the situation. It’s true that that Valeurs Actuelles,
07:57   which had earlier published the same picture,
08:00   were sentenced as well by the criminal court.
08:04   Whatever the story, my lawyer, Gabriel Bursini and I considered
08:08   that there was material to file cassation.
08:16   We have, of course as a result to a decision of the court of appeals of Lyon,
08:20   decided to file for cassation. When you know a man, after all,
08:24   it’s basically necessary that all the elements that constitute the offence are met;
08:28   and we believe that for the others, who tried to prevent the sentencing, these elements aren’t met.
08:36   The consequences of the sentencing.
08:40   I had to leave everything: my family, my child, my friends, in order to
08:44   try to find a level of life that would correspond to my new situation.
08:48   The attack.
08:52   As a result I’m often coming to visit my friends and family. And that was the case on
08:56   April 27th, when I spent the evening in the house of one of my colleagues.
09:00   And when I was leaving his house in order to go to my vehicle
09:04   that was parked a couple of dozen feet away, I was in fact attacked by several individuals, who
09:12   hit me in the back from behind, threw me to the ground,
09:16   and who immediately struck me in the face.
09:20   It lasts a couple of seconds, until a driver
09:24   stops, lowers his window,
09:28   saying that he would call the police,
09:33   which he did right away. There were insults
09:37   in French, but with a strong Maghrebin accent.
09:41   And as a result the driver called the fire brigade
09:45   and the police. The firemen
09:49   and the police came, and I was brought
09:53   directly to the ER, where I was diagnosed
09:57   with several fractures in my face, complicated displaced fractures,
10:01   that of course weren’t
10:05   the result of blows delivered by bare fists. So they probably used an object,
10:13   probably a knuckle-duster.
10:17   The above is the list of extensive injuries sustained by Sebastien Jallamion to his face.
10:29   Concerning the severity of my injuries: they required hospitalisation
10:33   at first, a temporary incapacity for working.
10:37   That that tells you about the severity of the injuries.
10:41   [unintelligible] I have three pieces of metal
10:45   inserted in my face, in order to —
10:49   a week ago in fact, in order to
10:53   fix my face. I lost three teeth as well in the attack.
10:57   If all goes well, I’ll find my normal life again,
11:01   a human face, which is already the case.
11:05   I insist on thanking the surgeons who operated on me, for their great professionalism.
11:09   In the second case of what had happened
11:13   to Mr Jallamion April 21st, I only can deplore the savage attack
11:17   that was perpetrated by people who are savages.
11:21   Case Jallamion: is it becoming a matter of state?
11:25   The police officers who intervened
11:29   on the spot were my long-time colleagues. They wrote down my name,
11:34   asked the first questions; it’s the departure point for a judicial investigation.
11:39   It is customary in the case of a violent felony to interview the victim;
11:46   It is what we call ‘filing a complaint’; two possibilities:
11:50   either the victim is able to go the police station,
11:54   in which case he or she does it, is encouraged to do it, as quickly as possible,
11:58   or it’s not the case, and a police crew or gendarmes are sent
12:02   to the hospital where the victim is being treated in order to interview him,
12:06   with the permission of the doctor. In my case there was no interview in the hospital,
12:14   there was no police team who wanted to take my complaint, and when I went back home,
12:22   waiting for my surgery, I found out that there was
12:26   no record, no minutes of my case. I had to file a complaint
12:30   on my own, at the gendarmerie in my neighborhood; and it is customary,
12:34   when a police officer becomes the victim of an attack, whether he’s working or not,
12:38   to inform the Interior Ministry right away,
12:42   through a telex, an internal communication,
12:46   and it wasn’t done. It’s completely unusual and
12:50   I refuse to believe for a single second in the
12:54   incapacity of my colleagues to do their jobs,
12:58   especially when it’s about one of their own. There must be something fishy in it. By the way, I heard
13:06   that light should be shed on that dysfunction that is causing a number of questions.
13:10   We could absolutely consider that instructions were given
13:14   in order to prevent the investigation,
13:18   and as a result delay the identification of the perpetrators.
13:22   Irregularities? Derelictions? Coincidences? Or “higher” orders, extremely serious in that case?
13:26   Not only it is extremely serious, but is puts me in a situation
13:30   where the perpetrators are still free and we don’t know their motives.
13:34   I expect the investigation to discover
13:38   the motives of those people. Did they act
13:42   randomly, or was I targeted?
13:47   Those are the questions that need to be answered, and only the investigation
13:51   that will allow their identification and their arrest will bring the answers to those questions.
13:55   So the fact that investigation didn’t start when it was supposed to
13:59   is delaying their identification and the answers to those questions.
14:03   There’s a possibility that those individuals could
14:07   eventually finish their job, and I want to point out that I don’t have any protection.
14:11   What is also symptomatic,
14:15   are all the derelictions that occurred, I think,
14:19   within the national police. What was accomplished by
14:23   the police between April 27th and May 4th?
14:27   I think nothing was accomplished. And I think,
14:31   that the felony investigation was dead; completely dead.
14:35   Well, today we have the right to demand
14:39   of the director of the department of the public security
14:43   of the Rhone region to explain to us why
14:47   nothing happened between April 27th and May 4th.
14:51   Now we are waiting for the results of the preliminary investigation
14:55   that started May 4th, and we hope above all that we’ll find
14:59   the perpetrators of this savage attack.
15:03   There was an administrative funeral for Sebastien Jallamion;
15:07   they perhaps also wanted his physical funeral.
15:11   There something completely abnormal about this case.
15:15   I’m afraid that in was done on purpose,
15:19   not by my colleagues, who, I know,
15:23   support me in great numbers,
15:27   but probably by that hierarchy that I was talking about,
15:31   and to whom I owe that judiciary and administrative harassment.
15:35   It is a social death sentence; you could say that.

11 thoughts on “No Justice for Sebastien Jallamion

  1. Watched this last night and almost burst a blood vessel. Does this guy have a go-fund me page or something, not that he’d even take the charity I’m sure, but I’d love to bye him a drink.
    The Man can take punch, solid.

  2. Another Tommy Robinson. Dear Lord I loathe “Reds”. They would sell their own grannies for a few pieces of filthy lucre.

  3. This anquished moan of mental illness has taken over the entire world.

    The Islamists want to take over the world and install sharia and live or die happily under the rules of the angel Gabriel and Allah, I guess…..Really? Can history and modernity have missed this group for 1400 years?

    The left wants to take over and do what?…live under actual bone fide communism? Come on, no one would–deep down–want this, would they? The Russians _could_revert to communism if they wanted. Silence. No one is clamoring. Could the left please tell us what they want? Maybe we could just give it to them.

    These twin worldwide psychoses have got to be something else.

    • I hold the possibility that Islam represents the bad guys in the Bible and I believe they think they are the “good” guys. Many Islamic beliefs are counter to what Christian beliefs are but many don’t look at that. We all (Christians and Muslims) believe in Jesus – right. I don’t really know to much about Satanists but I hear they are identifying as humanists and the rituals mock Christianity. It is that opposite practice that makes me wonder about an indirect relationship. Again I think the Muslims think they are the good guys but I wouldn’t be surprised if some on the left don’t share such delusions.

      • Without Islam, their various exploitive non-white ethnics would have no power to demand special rights, to threaten or inflict acts of violence, enslave others or enslave their own people or profit from their so-called religious imposition. There is nothing really religious or spiritual about them. They want to profit (and are profiting) from almost everything using their Islam without care for our nonbelievers preferences.

        They are unfit to rule over anything.
        Besides, who would be foolishly willing to be their slaves besides their own people.

        • Muslim invaders seemed to have conquered most of Europe, the Euro people have relinquished their homeland and their rights. The EU pro Muslim leaders go after Tommy R, the cop and others who protest and speak out. Few real men left in the EU. Euro folks are condoning slavery and decent into a third world lifestyle. Europeans have no idea how Muslim countries treat their own, and ones they conquer- what fools soon they may wake up, too late then.

        • I guess I was him-hawing around saying what others believe. It appears to me that they self identify as the bad guys in the book revelation while believing themselves to be the good guys. They believe we are the bad guys. There are many things that are opposite Christianity which reminds me of Satanism. My point is I believe some on the left have no delusions about which side they are on.

  4. As a savvy cop, if he hangs out down on the street, I’d guess he could acquire a .45 without too much trouble, and exercise the old “vengeance is mine” saying. At this point he doesn’t have much to lose….. He already knows who they are….

    And, extrapolating William Palmer’s post, I suggest the Left read up on crocodiles, and their feeding habits…..
    -West out

  5. Who is controlling all of this? Is it FEAR that kept those officials in power from investigating the brutal attack on Sebastien Jallamion? If so, fear of what? If Sebastien Jallamion was fired for even mentioning terrorism on Facebook under a pseudonym, what was his superiors so afraid of? If the police see a young girl being attacked in Cologne and do not assist or even report it, what are they so afraid of? They must be afraid of something because in their hearts they know what they are witnessing is breaking the laws of civilization. Is it really just the threat of being called a racist? That’s the answer given most of the time. Can fear of being called a racist cause so many people abandon a sense of decency and compassion, preferring to ignore, fine, punish, imprison their own countrymen who speak up about injustices?

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