On September 20, a 48-year-old woman denounced an assault she claimed to have been a victim.
She recounted cycling near the Galamé Park in Loon-Plage when she was attacked by a group of seven to eight people.
She said she had two cuts on the legs, and a blow to the head. She had been stitched up with eight stitches.
Her hearing and confrontation with the alleged perpetrators, Afghan and Pakistani migrants, made it clear that she had lied.
This Thursday, she just dropped a bike. " She acknowledged having met a group of migrants have taken fright and fallen bike," said the Dunkirk public prosecutor's office at La Voix du Nord .