Lionel Du Cane, National File, May 12, 2020
Retired teacher and former director of Gonneville School, Jean Dussine, 63, was president of Itinérance, a group that helped vulnerable migrants.
Dussine was found dead this morning at his home, believed to be beaten with an iron rod as he slept.
Since the brutal murder, a young twenty-year-old Afghan migrant, who Dussine had been housing, has been arrested and placed under local police custody.
It has been reported that the migrant in custody cannot speak French.
Sadly, a similar story took place last year where a promising medical student and pro-migrant activist, also from Normandy, was stabbed to death by a migrant she was reportedly housing.
Recently, National File reported on another story in Northern France from the now-defunct Calais migrant camp where a migrant–and immigration activist–raped a female pro-migrant activist who was volunteering at the camp.