French Police Caught on Tape Saying to ‘Shoot’ Yellow Vests

Protestors march as they take part in an anti-government demonstration called by the 'Yellow Vests' ('Gilets Jaunes') movement on rue Sainte-Catherine in Bordeaux, on February 2, 2019. - The 'Yellow Vest' (Gilets Jaunes) movement called to pacifically protest against police violence toward participants of the last three months demonstrations in France and for the ban of the use by riot police of both 40-millimetre rubber defencive bullet launcher LBD and GLI-F4 stun grenades, as Yellow Vest (Gilets Jaunes) protesters take to the streets for the 12th consecutive Saturday. (Photo by GEORGES GOBET / AFP) (Photo credit should read GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images)

An investigation has been launched in Tolouse after officers were caught on tape saying they wanted to “shoot” violent Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vest) protesters.