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Who is Christophe Dittinger, the former boxer who challenged the French police during the protest of the Yellow West?



Christophe Dittinger, a former boxer who attacked the riot police in France during the protest of the Yellow West. (Free Press Photo: Networks)
Christophe Dittinger, a former boxer who attacked the riot police in France during the protest of the Yellow West. (Free Press Photo: Networks)

"The person who attacked the gunmen on Saturday (…) appeared before the regional security investigators of Paris, he was immediately arrested for interrogation and will have to answer for his prosecution before the courts," Castner said on Twitter.

A man known as the Christoph Detector by the French media wanted, because on Saturday sat on footage on social networks, defeating two policemen, one of which was on the ground.

Detector, 37, is a former heavyweight professional boxer, known as the "Goblin Gipsy" in the ring, which is a city located south of Paris.

At least 50 thousand "yellow vests" challenged the French government for the eighth time in a countrywide protest, which ended in a street violence episode.

In Paris, government spokesman, Benjamin Grivax had to be fired from his office and the protesters broke the doors of his ministry and entered the inner courtyard.

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Despite the exemption of the executive, this was the first alliance of the United government's empire in 2019 by the government, which announced last month the steps to increase purchasing power and reduce tax burden, which was worth 10,000 million euros.

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This movement arose against the increase in fuel prices, then there was a widespread litigation, taxes on civilian initiatives, or the right to public opinion were saved simultaneously.

XBoxer had a police chase. (Free Press Photo: Networks)
XBoxer had a police chase. (Free Press Photo: Networks)

The "Act VIII" of this movement was a test for the protest movement, which is challenging the government for one and a half months, however, in recent weeks it lost steam.

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