France: Trio of 'Child Migrants' Arrested During Home Invasion

A French police officer was injured while arresting a group of 'underage' African migrants in the middle of a home invasion over the weekend, according to reports.

The harrowing incident unfolded just before 4 a.m. on Sunday morning in Palaiseau, a commune in the Paris suburbs.

Authorities were notified about an ongoing break-in at a home on rue Sainte-Geneviève.

Arriving officers discovered three suspects who had entered the garden and were attempting to force entry to the house via a window.

"One of the suspects, who has a cast on his arm, rebels and seriously injures a policeman in his hand," Actu17 reports.

A second suspect was found hiding in the garden while the third was tracked down nearby after he fell from a fence while fleeing the scene.

The suspects were identified as Algerian nationals who claimed to be 15, 16, and 17.

They were scheduled to appear before a judge on Monday.

The injured officer suffered a serious tear in his hand and is expected to miss at least three weeks of work.

Migrants often lie about their ages when they apply for asylum or are caught by law enforcement in European countries, as Infowars has frequently reported.

Employees of asylum centers in the Netherlands have warned many North African criminals pose as ‘unaccompanied minors’ to exploit the system and gain free accommodation.

In the United Kingdom, authorities determined more than half of migrants claiming to be children under the age of 18 were actually adults.

In 2017, the Swedish government tested nearly 8,000 migrants purporting to be underage and found roughly 6,600 were adults.

Tests conducted in Belgium and Germany have yielded similar results.


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