New Angle Of Deadly Jail Break In France

A second video angle has emerged of the May 14, 2024 incident from Normandy, France in which gunmen violently intercepted a prisoner transport bus, killed multiple guards, and freed their crime boss.


Footage shows a passenger car ram the bus head-on, and then multiple gunmen get out and open fire. After freeing their leader, they appear to throw some sort of incendiary device into their own vehicle, possibly to destroy evidence.


The death toll has risen to three guards, with an additional three wounded. The armed gang successfully released their leader, who is identified as Mohammed Amra, nicknamed 'La Mouche' (The Fly). Amra is reportedly the head of an illicit narcotics network who had just been convicted for burglary and attempted murder. A manhunt is currently underway to recapture him.


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A second video angle has emerged of the May 14, 2024 incident from Normandy, France in which gunmen violently intercepted a prisoner transport bus, killed multiple guards, and freed their crime boss.


Footage shows a passenger car ram the bus head-on, and then multiple gunmen get out and open fire. After freeing their leader, they appear to throw some sort of incendiary device into their own vehicle, possibly to destroy evidence.


The death toll has risen to three guards, with an additional three wounded. The armed gang successfully released their leader, who is identified as Mohammed Amra, nicknamed 'La Mouche' (The Fly). Amra is reportedly the head of an illicit narcotics network who had just been convicted for burglary and attempted murder. A manhunt is currently underway to recapture him.


About the Author

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Will Killmore

Will Killmore is a US Army combat infantry veteran and Purple Heart recipient. He has deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with the 172nd Stryker Brigade and 173rd Airborne Brigade. Following his time in service, he successfully pursued a certificate of journalism and has been a blogger for Funker530 since 2014. Follow Will’s bad takes on Twitter

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