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Liège police are fighting against internists who are public on menus or insults on social networks



Around a screen, on the social networks, certainties are encrypted that they are out of order. Insultes, menaces, les derives are nombreuses. In a police station in the suburbs, on a deck of no plus laissez-passer. With an offshore drill, a PV is redone and enclosed in a parquet, as is the legitimacy proposal.

Insulting racists, squabbles over police, sexist invectives… Voilà quelqués non-commenters who do not train police officers.

There is a group of rows of nombreux habitants by Aywaille, exemplar, who are not sure if they want to come and go, and whether or not they have a simple opportunity.

"Certain people are not important after computing the content that is available on the Internet and Facebook. They have chosen to have a conversation in a cafe. It is also an indelible route to rest and an impact beaucoup plus important", Didier Willemart, commissary of the Secova police station.

La police peut, no receiver une plainte, rédiger un PV. Most of the time there is a big surprise for the designated person, sometimes they fall into disrepair, but they are not identified at all. C'est d'ailleurs pour et efficace en su policier en receiver en formation qui aider en desperate de autores autores de commentaires délictueux.

"Derrière les pseudos, se cuentes de IP addresses, et va pouvoir travoiller sur cello-ci to determine what is derriere tout ça", indique Didier Willemart.

Most valentines regulate the internet and this relay. Racist, xenophobic, or sexist men are susceptible to violence, and an insult to the forces of violence is an outrage.

The simple rapping of these rules by police officers through social networks suffices to subvert the auteur, but all police zones do not have the option of injuring the plaintiffs.


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