PARIS – The former security chief of a firestorm about his violent behavior against a demonstrator on May 1 says President Emmanuel Macron is not to blame and he has "A form committed by the treason" of his boss.
The identification 10 days ago by Alexandre Benalla as the man in a video violently acting against a protester has swum in a political crisis for Macron. Benalla became that day integrated into the police as an observer.
In his first TV interview, Benalla told TF1 he did not feel "objectionable", but acknowledged that his actions were "n Not the role of a collaborator "The President" has nothing to do with May 1.
Benalla's charges now include "Violence in a Group."
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