In 2015, Marine Le Pen shared images of Daesch’s executions, including the beheaded body of James Foley, a victim of the terrorist group.
She was deprived of her immunity as a parliamentarian and she could be fined or imprisoned.
This examination aims, in particular, to check “whether it is able to understand the remarks and to answer the questions” and whether “the alleged offense is related to the factual or biographical elements of the interested party. “
“It’s really amazing. This regime really starts to scare, “wrote Le Pen on his Twitter account, no doubt indignant by the decision of the court.
C'est proprement HALLUCINANT. Ce régime commence VRAIMENT à faire peur. MLP pic.twitter.com/WCX6WBCgi4
— Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) September 20, 2018Loading...
“I thought I was entitled to everything: well no! For denouncing the horrors of Daesh by tweets, ‘justice’ submits me to a psychiatric expertise! How far will they go ?!
Je croyais avoir eu droit à tout : eh bien non ! Pour avoir dénoncé les horreurs de #Daech par tweets, la « justice » me soumet à une expertise psychiatrique ! Jusqu’où vont-ils aller ?! 🤯 MLP
— Marine Le Pen (@MLP_officiel) September 20, 2018
Marine Le Pen was beaten by Emmanuel Macron in the second round of presidential elections last year. Since then she has been trying to rebuild herself, her party has been renamed National Rally.