DAILYKENN.com -- Two aliens were arrested in Lyon, France after a 23-year-old woman was intentionally stuck by a vehicle and dragged about 2,400 feet.
Reports say Axelle Dorier, a nurse, was walking her dog when she was killed and dismember.
Arrested are two aliens identified by police as Youcef T. and Mohamed Y.
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Axelle Dorier, a 23-year-old French woman and nurse, was struck by a vehicle and dragged 800 meters to her death on July 19 while walking her dog in the city of Lyon, with prosecutors stating that the migrant driver "knowingly knocked down" and drove away from her dismembered body.
The 21-year-old driver, Youcef T., has been placed into custody for "manslaughter" for being responsible for the "hit-and-run death", Lyon prosecutors say.
Maître Céline Cooper, a far-left lawyer who is defending the suspect said the popular outrage over the incident is from right-wing citizens and lambasted the French Minister of the Interior of having spoken of “murder” in the case.
French prosecutors say that the driver, Youcef T., was originally at a birthday party with 40 people in the 5th arrondissement. He and his friend left the party in two separate vehicles and his friend, driving a Twingo, struck a dog, killing it.
Youcef T. claims he "panicked" after the owners of the dog became aggressive and began to attack both his friend and himself. Youcef T. sped away and only to strike Dorier while she walking her own dog. He said he did not realize that she became wedged in his vehicle and simply kept driving.
Dorier had her arm ripped off as Youcef T. dragged her for 800 meters.
According to Lyon Mag, Youcef T. is also being accused by police of driving with a suspended license.
Police say they received a call over a dispute between two motorists and a group of young people who accused him of killing their dog. A few minutes later, they received a second call about "a motorist driving a Golf who knowingly ran over a young woman and dragged her for several meters", according to La Depeche.
Dorier was first struck by Youcef T, but actually managed to get up, at which point a number of witness accounts say the "driver then purposefully began accelerating" while dragging her behind.
Three hours after Dorier was struck and killed, Youcef T. and his passenger turned themselves into the police and admitted to striking the woman, but claim they did not realize they dragged her for nearly a kilometer. Originally from the Lyon metropolitan area, blood alcohol tests were negative.
The 19-year-old passenger, Mohamed Y., was indicted "for non-assistance to a person in danger" and released under judicial supervision,
The Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin paid tribute to Dorier Tuesday at the National Assembly, saying, "The tragedy is particularly horrific. I thank the rescue and police forces for intervening immediately. We all hope that those responsible for this murder are promptly punished and punished."
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