Guillaume Meurice has already received a warning from the management of Radio France after his comments on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a column on France Inter.
The information was given by the main person concerned. Comedian Guillaume Meurice received a summons from the direction of the judicial police of the Paris prefecture.
According to our information, he was heard this Tuesday morning by the Brigade for the Repression of Delinquency Against Persons (BRDP) as part of a free hearing regarding comments he made on France Inter on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
On October 29, suggesting an idea of a “scary costume” for Halloween, Guillaume Meurice mentioned a “Netanyahu costume”, “a kind of Nazi but without a foreskin”. This column sparked a lively controversy.
In a letter sent after this outing to Radio France employees, consulted by AFP, the president of the public group Sibyle Veil recalled “the duty of responsibility of the media, particularly of a public service media like Radio France”, in the context of tensions generated by the conflict in the Middle East.
The management of Radio France issued a warning to Guillaume Meurice. The comedian announced that he would challenge this decision in court. Arcom, the audiovisual policeman, was also contacted by the Senate regarding this sequence.
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