France: Illegal Migrant Breaking Into Homes in Effort to Force His Own Deportation

An illegal migrant is breaking into homes in France in an attempt to force his deportation back to his home country of Tunisia, which has refused to take him back, according to reports.

A woman in Val-de-Marne in the Paris suburbs recently discovered a man had broken into her home, which was unoccupied while repairs were taking place.

She called police to notify them a male suspect was seen on surveillance cameras walking around naked inside the residence.

"When I saw him for the first time it was a shock. He broke in, apparently with the help of an iron bar. He settled down and went about his business," the homeowner told C News.

Arriving officers apprehended the squatter, who told them he had been seeking shelter and money, but also that he forced entry in order to attract attention from law enforcement.

The suspect, a Tunisian citizen illegally present in France, is under official orders to leave French territory, which he says he wants to do.

However, the Tunisian government has reportedly declined his repatriation and French authorities allegedly have little recourse.

"The police told me that they were taking him into custody, but that afterwards they were going to release him because he had false papers, and that they could not do much about it," the homeowner explained.

The homeowner says she no longer feels comfortable returning to the residence as the Tunisian reportedly vowed to continue breaking into homes until he is deported.

Additionally, the migrant inflicted approximately 7,000 euros worth of damage to the home, which is another burden the woman will be forced to bear.

A heated debate over violent crime and lawlessness tied to mass migration has been raging in France.

Military leaders have fired off multiple incendiary letters in recent years, warning the Macron government of looming "civil war" if strong measures are not taken to regain control of a society spiraling into chaos.

The FDIC and the IMF will use bail-ins to pay for their debts.

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