Sacré Bleu ! – French Police Commissioner Investigating Charlie Hebdo Attack Commits Suicide With His Service Gun on Thursday night.

Police commissioner, who had been investigating the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine, committed suicide with his service gun on Thursday night.

french terrorist 2FRANCE – Police commissioner Helric Fredou, who had been investigating the attack on the French weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, committed suicide in his office. The incident occurred in Limoges, the administrative capital of the Limousin region in west-central France, on Thursday night, local media France 3 reports.

Helric Fredou, 45, suffered from depression and experienced burn out. Shortly before committing suicide, he met with the family of a victim of the Charlie Hebdo attack and killed himself preparing the report.

Fredou began his career in 1997 as a police officer at the regional office of the judicial police of Versailles. Later he returned to Limoges, his hometown. Since 2012 he had been the deputy director of the regional police service.

“We are all shocked. Nobody was ready for such developments”, a representative of the local police union told reporters.  (read more)

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53 Responses to Sacré Bleu ! – French Police Commissioner Investigating Charlie Hebdo Attack Commits Suicide With His Service Gun on Thursday night.

  1. Stormy says:

    Wow. I didn’t see that coming…

    Liked by 2 people

  2. freepetta says:

    Unreal, the French have to grow some no doubt.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. kathyca says:

    sacre bleu, indeed. hmm

    Liked by 3 people

  4. zephyrbreeze says:

    Isn’t France, for the most part, a secular society? (except for the Muslims) It must be a very difficult thing to put death, and evil in perspective without faith in a higher, all-knowing God, who expects us to function as instruments in his hands, and to help ease human suffering. Instead the evil can seem unending and pointless.
    Severe depression, it’s been shown, can affect the same deep pain areas of the brain which are affected with a broken back or femur, in other words, horrible pain. Obviously the trauma of this situation was overwhelming, for healthy people. Now the suffering of his poor family, and fellow officers is compounded. People jump out of burning buildings because it is too hot to stay. Suicide seems like the path to relief.


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  5. MaryfromMarin says:


    Zephyrbreeze’s comments carry some weight, but nevertheless, I wonder…


  6. sundance says:

    Pure speculation: but early on I was wondering if there were any guilt on part of the police for not protecting, or pulling protection from, the offices of Charlie Hebdo given all of the prior threats and the previous fire-bomb attack.

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  7. zephyrbreeze says:

    I think there was another component as well: sleep. Sleep is affected by depression, but studies also show that lack of sleep can exacerbate depression, and actually start a depression spiral. During crises, the brain can go into a mode of excessive dreaming, as a way to manage life-stresses. There is less restorative sleep. People wake up exhausted, which causes more stress and the cycle repeats and intensifies.

    These terrorists were on the run for days. Who among the police were sleeping at all? Certainly not this commissioner.

    A website in the UK, does on-line education about depression. They also have a science based curriculum that focuses heavily on sleep quality, and relaxation as critical keys to overcoming depression (yet, they do not advise against medication.)

    Here is the website – FYI:

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    • I’m sure depression was the cause of this – and the acute precipitating event was surely meeting the relative and then having to file the report. It was not a capital offense, but a person with depression can’t see that.

      The fact is that the terrorists are responsible for their actions. The police are only responsible in failing to protect the victims adequately. However, they were undermined in Washington and Paris by Obama and Hollande, and there is little they could do about that.

      There is blame everywhere. It is easy to say “I am Charlie.” It is hard to say “I killed Charlie.” But when I voted for Obama in 2008, that is exactly what I did.


  8. lovelyd24 says:

    Helric Fredou.

    Horror upon horror.


  9. czarowniczy says:

    I ran into a YouTube CNN piece from about September of last year where the CNN talking head was showing ISIS footage that was being used to recruit and inspire lone-wolf terrs in the US and Europe – of specific mention in Europe was France. I know that NATO and Interpol intel can be a bit off but not bad enough to miss a CNN broadcast like that. I’m wondering if there were frustration in the French government’s inability to get off the franc, break through the PC barrier and take proactive measures to stop incidents like this entered into his action? You know that he’s going to have to take some heat for not catching these guys – they were even on the US’s ‘no fly’ list – heat that rightfully should be aimed at the government but will be skillfully redirected to him – even more likely now that he’s dead and can’t defend himself.
    The official French stance is moving towards national penance for not being more inclusive and accepting of termites in the national woodwork, though just hours ago it was more akin to blasting Islamic terrorism. We are now looking at rapprochement, inclusiveness and sitting down at the big table to work out a compromise. Problem with having termites sit down to negotiate with you is they usually eat the table.

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    • jarvis says:

      Not a “lone-wolf”, but rather a “known-wolf” perhaps?


      • czarowniczy says:

        We’ve been talking ‘lone wolf’ as a term for terrorists at one level or another for well over twenty years, took this long to become mainstream. It’s generally pointless term as it can be selectively applied as the need arises. You catch a bad guy and if you need to/can trace him back tpo a group in any way then he’s a lone wolf. If you can’t track him back to a group, or connecting him openly to the group you track him back to is an embarrassment in some way – he’s a lone wolf.


    • partyzantski says:

      I LIKE the termite analogy!
      The lesson in this … keep meticulous notes on who orders you to do what and when in a hierarchy. Even the most fierce animals generally don’t mess around with the old Hedgehog defense.


      • czarowniczy says:

        Notes don’t always work, trust me, but you can set them on fire and they make a handy smoke screen that cvan help you escape


    • nimrodman says:

      czar said: “… French government’s inability to get off the franc, break through the PC barrier and take proactive measures to stop incidents like this …”

      And not just France, but the US and all of the Western world.

      Here’s your proactive measure: any of these clowns you track going off to Syria to fight and train or Yemen or Pakistan or Afghanistan to train with terrorist groups, when they return you round ’em up surreptitiously in the dead of night, take ’em out back and shoot ’em in the head. End of sleeper cell.

      Western governments unwilling to take that action are doomed to reap the terror attacks that come their way.

      Sorry, there’s no free lunch. You can “monitor” or “track” them all you want but you’ll be a day late and a dollar short in responding reactively to the attack that’s already taken place because the West doesn’t have the will to neutralize the threat proactively.

      You can dance around the issue all you want, but it comes down to what I’ve described.


      • nimrodman says:

        Or pull ’em right out of the customs line at airport arrivals before you have a chance to lose them. Better.


      • czarowniczy says:

        No argument from me but the predominant Western culture has become a mix of materialism, fear of the loss of materialism and the resultant apologism. ‘Oh please don’t hurt me, I’m sorry for (fill in the blank(s))’.
        We know damned good and well about some of those US persons overseas but they’ll stay on a watch list before they’ll be popped. We won’t take all of the steps necessary to deal with Islamic terrorists here – reference again Holder’s speech this morning on the DoJ not profiling even after Paris, Is that a loud ‘OY VEH!!!’ from the rear ogf the house? I’d offer a bounty on the head of any US turd fighting for Islamic groups anywhere in the world, that should give those groups abroad fighting for their own freedom from Islamic control a reason to be more proactive.


  10. I hesitate to bring this up, but you’re only halfway through the first month of the New Year.
    God help America, and the world, during the next 24 months. 😦 😦 😦

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    • ZurichMike says:

      And I’m sure our Golfer in Chief, the bowing and scraping apologist for all islamonazis, will say we need more outreach to “our brothers and sisters in the great faith of Islam, which is peace” during his State of the Union address.

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  11. Based on the French government’s final actions, I’d say they reintroduced the death penalty – only in a far less expensive way. Didn’t look like any effort whatsoever to capture and bring to trial.
    Just sayin’
    Of course, this tactic involves getting French eggs broken before the penalty can be exacted.


  12. elvischupacabra says:

    Two things might have pushed him over the edge. There may be something under the surface that is yet to come to light, the “proverbial other shoe” waiting to drop. Or, maybe he was tying to use Microsoft Word’s outline styles to do his report.


  13. ctdar says:

    I know it’s a dream but can nypd start reinstate patrolling the mosques despite what deblosio did? could Cuomo over ride decision as well considering nys past history & now what happened in France?


  14. archer52 says:

    14 yrs on the job and he’s the top guy? I smell PC as*kisser here!

    Which means if he had a conscience and any pride at all, this failure would be devastating. He followed the demanded PC meme and it got people killed.

    Further you can GD bet he got the call from his former “friends and allies” informing him he’s the fall guy.

    And if he is a man with no faith death is an option.


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  16. Cheese eating surrender monkeys.


  17. auscitizenmom says:

    I can’t help being skeptical. Not knowing the details my mind wanders to the “suicides where they shot themselves in the back of the head, twice.” 👿


  18. scallywagy says:

    Which augers the question what inspired Fredou, a seasoned cop who must have seen many a violent killing in his time to suddenly commit suicide? Was he incited to commit suicide? Or dare we wonder if he was in fact killed? And if so, why? What was he prepared to reveal in his report? And why is the corporate media who is so keen on defending free speech being so shy about reporting on this case ?


  19. John says:

    I’m going with it’s really a suicide. Apparently he had neither wife nor kids. Nobody to talk with about what happened.


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