France New Years Car-B-Cue: Police Mobilization Cuts Number of Burned Vehicles ...To 804
January 02, 2016, 06:40 AM
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There was an extra benefit to France having more police on the streets on high terror alert for New Years: less automotive arson occurred. “Only” 804 vehicles were burned, 14.5 percent fewer than the 940 cars destroyed last year.

A slightly lowered total of car destructions counts as an improvement in Islamified France.

In recent years, young Muslim immigrants have celebrated New Years by burning the cars of their neighbors in an automotive jihad. See my 2013 report: New Year’s in Diverse France: 1193 Autos Torched in Annual Car-B-Que.

Here’s a French Reuters report run through Google Translate:

Fewer cars burned December 31, January 2, 2016

PARIS (Reuters) – The number of burned cars fell by almost 15% during the festivities of New Year’s Eve as compared to the previous year, announced Friday the Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve.

In a statement, he said that 804 vehicles were burned against 940 in 2014, a decrease of 14.5%.

Arrests have risen sharply, however, from 308 in 2014 to 622 in 2015, he adds.

Among those arrested, 368 were placed in custody.

More than 100,000 police and gendarmes and almost 39,500 volunteer and professional firefighters were mobilized throughout France for New Year’s Eve.

To these forces add 36 mobile units and the 10,000 soldiers of the Sentinel operation against the terrorist threat.