Swastikas were sprayed with a blowtorch on an Auschwitz memorial in Grenoble

Two swastikas were discovered in Grenoble (Isère), on the commemorative plaque of the dead of Auschwitz, on the esplanade of the Companions of the Liberation, place Paul-Mistral.

The DDSP (Departmental Directorate of Public Security) of Isère indicates that these graffitis were written with burns, probably with the help of a blowtorch.

According to the technical service of the municipality, the same type of tag has already been cleaned in recent days, on exactly the same plaque.

An investigation has been opened.


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