Florence Rey

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Florence Rey (born August 25, 1975) was involved in a shoot-out in central Paris on 4 October 1994 alongside her boyfriend Audry Maupin, (born 4 October 1972) following a high speed car chase. The incident caused the deaths of five people — three policemen, a taxi driver, and Maupin.


Florence Rey was a 19 year old student studying philosophy at the Science-Po and Audry Maupin was a 22 year old drop-out from the faculty of medicine at Nanterre. At the time of the incident they were living together in a squat in an abandoned bourgeoise house in Nanterre. The pair were already under observation by the Renseignements Généraux, the French secret police, prior to the incident due to their involvement with an underground political group. When the police searched their squat after the killings they found revolutionary and anarchist literature, such as The Society Of The Spectacle by Guy Debord. They found the couple's writings, which echoed surrealism, radicalism and situationism.

4 October 1994

The incident began at 9.25pm, at the Porte de Pantin car pound. The pair climbed the perimeter fence with the intention of stealing the service firearms of the two policemen on night duty inside and neutralizing them with their own handcuffs. They discovered that the two officers did not carry handcuffs so they sprayed them with tear gas before making their escape. Outside they boarded a taxi waiting at a red light driven by an African chauffeur from Guinée...
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