Sunday, January 11, 2015

Was this another Murder related to #CharlieHebdo

After further snooping around the Internet, and reading, and re-reading international media, I seem to be able to find very little on the suicide/murder of Commissioner Helric Fredoun.  However, here's one of the very few articles I'm able to find:

Another Mossad victim? Police Chief Helric Fredou, investigating Charlie Hebdo Commits Suicide or Murder Case?

2015-01-09 12:03:20
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Paris, FranceLimoges: Suicide of a Police Commissioner

Helric Fredoun the courageous policemen

Just over a year after Helric Fredoun discovered the lifeless body of the third ranking police officer SRPJ of Limoges, the second ranking service officer has committed suicide yesterday at his workplace with his service weapon.
We learned this morning, a Commissioner Helric Fredoun SRPJ Limoges has committed suicide last night in his office with his service weapon .
Information confirmed by his superiors. It is unknown at this time the reasons for his actions. He would have killed himself that night or in the early hours of the morning.
The Commissioner Helric Fredou  aged 45 years was from Limoges began his career in 1997 as a police officer at the regional office the judicial police of Versailles, before returning to Limoges. He was deputy director of the regional police service since 2012. His father was a former police officer, his mother was a nurse in the emergency context CHU Limoges. He was single and had no children.
According to the police union, Commissioner was depressed and experiencing burnout.
In November 2013, the Commissioner Fredou had discovered the lifeless body of his colleague, the 3rd ranking police officer of SRPJ Limoges, who had also committed suicide with his service weapon in his office. He was also 44 years old.
The Commissioner Fredou, like all agents SRPJ worked yesterday on the case of the massacre at the headquarters of Charlie Hebdo .
In particular, he surveyed the family of one of the victims.
He killed himself before completing its report.
A psychological cell was set up in the police station.

Did he uncover what wasn't to be uncovered?  That truly is something to think about.
Yes, he also suffered from Depression.  So do I.  It takes a lot more than just a couple months to push you over the edge.  Especially right in the middle of the biggest event of your career.

Knowledge is power.  Arm yourself!