Yvan Colonna, Corsican Nationalist Died After A jihadist jail attack

Yvan Colonna Death

Death: Yvan Colonna, Corsican Nationalist Died After A jihadist jail attack – The French resort island of Corsica is on high alert following the death in detention of a “hero nationalist” following a prison attack. Yvan Colonna, 61, was proclaimed dead on Monday evening in a hospital in Marseille, in the south of France, where he was under armed guard.

According to standard.co.uk, Colonna had been in a coma since March 2, when he was pummeled by a fellow inmate who was serving life for terrorism charges. Colonna was sentenced to life in prison two decades ago for assassinating Corsica’s senior official, Claude Erignac, in 1998. Following a five-year chase, he was discovered living as a shepherd in the mountains.

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His assault – and the apparent failure of jail authorities to halt it – sparked outrage on the island, resulting in the island’s largest and most violent protests in decades, with 77 police officers hurt in the Corsican capital of Bastia alone on Sunday.

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