Bus Driver’s Wife Leaves Dead Brain in Row of Covid Masks: “I’m going to avenge my husband”

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The bus driver’s wife left the brain of passengers who brutally kicked and punched her for demanding that they wear face masks.The devastated Véronique Monguillot joined 6,000 angry protesters marching in France today after the senseless and vicious attack on her husband, Philippe, Sunday evening.

Busy, helpful, 59-year-old bus driver was attacked by a group of men as he tried to enforce the law on wearing face covers in public transport to limit the spread of the coronavirus .

Colleagues say he should have been protected and, as a bus driver, should have enforced the law. Indignation has spread throughout the European nation.

The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Monguillot, aged 18, 21 and 24, joined the big demonstration in Bayonne in the south of France last night, holding large bouquets of white flowers.



Véronique Monguillot holds a photo of her husband above her head

Ms. Monguillot held a photo of herself with her husband, a distressed driver, above her head, while demonstrators marched on the street dressed in white.

The outpouring of grief provoked a wave of support from the residents of Bayonne, who filled the streets and followed the family.

Ms. Monguillot said: “I will fight to the end, I have strength in me, I have almost no more tears.

“I’m angry and I’m going to go.

“I am not afraid, justice is with me.

“Justice will help me to avenge my husband. “



On July 5, four men came across Philippe Monguillot, 59, in the southwestern city of Bayonne

Bus drivers held a minute of silence at 7:30 p.m. in several cities in France, including Paris, Strasbourg and Bordeaux.

Many of Mr. Monguillot’s colleagues said that they would not work before his funeral.

The bus driver was close to the retreat.

With her husband, Mrs. Monguillot had planned to buy a motorhome in September before her retirement next year.

Two men were charged with attempted murder during the attack on Sunday at around 7 p.m.



Philippe was declared brain dead

Two, aged 22 and 23, were charged with attempted murder. They would have been known to the police before.

Two others were charged with failing to assist a person in danger – an offense under French law – and one of the group’s members is also accused of trying to hide a suspect.

All the suspects are in detention.

In France, masks and masks are compulsory in all public transport.

A colleague of Mr. Monguillot described him as “a decent and hardworking man who always took care of the passengers”.



People dressed in white for walking

He added, “There has been a lot of tension on the masks, because it is the law, but the bus staff is not the police, and we should not have to enforce the law. ”

Mr. Monguillot’s family said yesterday “no more tears”.

The daughter Marie said to South West: “It’s not my father who breathes, it’s the ventilator … we know it’s over.

“We are empty … we have no more tears. ”

While his wife Véronique Monguillot said: “He cannot leave us like that, he was soon to be 59 years old.



Véronique Monguillot is comforted by the mayor of Bayonne Jean-René Etchegaray

“No, you don’t do that with a bus ticket. You don’t kill for free like that. ”

Speaking to the Parisian, she added: “I don’t want to face the facts. I feel like I’m living a nightmare. ”

She added that her family’s life had been “destroyed in seconds”.

Prosecutor Marc Mariee said at a press conference that three men boarded the bus with a dog.

When they were joined by a fourth person at a later stop, Mr. Monguillot went to check his ticket.

It was at this point that the driver asked them to put on a face covering, as is in accordance with current law to prevent the spread of coronavirus.



Philippe Monguillot’s wife Véronique, pictured with her 58-year-old husband, said: “I don’t want to face the facts. I feel like I’m living a nightmare ‘

The prosecutor said, “There were insults and then scuffles. The driver was pushed out of the bus. ”

Mr. Monguillot suffered an “extremely violent attack”, two of the men hitting and kicking him.

Some of the men fled and the driver was seriously injured on the sidewalk and was found unconscious by the emergency services.

The prosecution said that one person had been arrested at the scene and four detained in an apartment in Bayonne.

A minor was then released by the police.

A colleague of Mr. Monguillot described him as “a decent and hardworking man who always took care of the passengers”.

He added, “There has been a lot of tension on the masks, because it is the law, but the bus staff is not the police, and we should not have to enforce the law. ”

According to local media, three other attacks were triggered by rows of masks.

Claude Olive, the mayor of Bayonne, said that discussions were underway on improving bus safety.

He said, “It was a barbaric attack. Philippe was a wonderful person who should have been protected. ”

According to local media, three other attacks were triggered by rows of masks.

Claude Olive, the mayor of Bayonne, said that discussions were underway on improving bus safety.

He said, “It was a barbaric attack. Philippe was a wonderful person who should have been protected. “

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