Updated: Jun 17, 2019
French leader Marine Le Pen will face trial for the mere tweeting of ISIS killings. Included in the tweets was the photo of the beheading of American journalist James Folely. Another, a male in an orange jumpsuit being ran over by a tank, while a third photo was of the Jordanian air force pilot who was seen burned alive in a cage in January 2015.
The victorious Marine Le Pen president of ‘National Rally’ recently won her deserving win last month in the France European elections.
However, a judge has ruled that Marine Le Pen must face a charge of ‘circulating violent messages that incite terrorism or pornography or serious harm of human dignity’.
But it doesn’t stop there as Marine Le Pen is also accused of committing a second offence related to the sharing of such content that can be viewed by children.
Marine Le Pen rejected the claims stating the case was a violation of her freedom of expression.
“I am being charged for having condemned the horrors of Daesh”, she complained last year,
“In other countries this would have earned me a medal”.
January 2016, just a month after jihadists murdered 130 innocent civilians in terror attacks throughout Paris Marine Le Pen took to twitter to post images of ISIS killings stating: