A high-ranking judicial police chief in Limoges allegedly committed suicide last Wednesday, hours after interviewing families of Charlie Hebdo victims, in the attack on January 7th.

Very little has emerged, in the 6 days after his suspicious death, in a case riddled with holes and overwhelmingly being reported as a False Flag operation in the Alternative Media.

The story of Deputy Director Helric Fredou’s death was picked up by several Alternative Media outlets on January 9th but saw little, if any coverage in the Mainstream Media until an inscrutible report was released by the UK Telegraph on January 12, which offered only that, “It is not known if his decision to commit suicide has any link to the Charlie Hebdo killings.”

DAHBOO7 looks at the motives behind why Helric Fredou, 45, killed himself – or got killed by someone else.

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