French authorities decided to ban filming video involving chasing and shooting with participation of actors who can be perceived as police officers or employees of security services. It is reported by Mashable.
The decision was taken by the French authorities due to security concerns – there is a fear in the country that actors in the police uniform could become a target for the terrorists. Besides, it can confuse ordinary people who are panicking after January terrorist attack. Ban also covers any filming near schools and religious institutions. How long this ban will last is not known. It has already resulted to the cancellation of the filming of a few movies, in particular French Flics Tout Simplement (‘Just police officers’).
It should be reminded that on 07th January three Islam radicals attacked the editorial office of the French satiric weekly edition Charlie Hebdo. They entered into the premises of the office and with screams ‘We have revenged for our Prophet’ fired shots to the employees. During the terrorist attack 12 people were killed, including the editor-in-chief and a few cartoonists. It is supposed that attack was made after the publication of the cartoon with the Prophet Mohammed and critics of radical Islam. At the day of the attack Charlie Hebdo published material over the book ‘Obedience’ (Soumission) by Michelle Walbeck on the islamitisation of Europe and posted in Twitter the cartoon of the leader of ‘Islamic state’ Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
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