MP praises fight for freedom of speech after Paris atrocity
MP has offered her condolences to the families of those murdered
in Paris this week and posted this poignant image on social media.
Munt posted a "simple but powerful tribute from illustrator
Lucille Clerc" on Facebook.
added: "My sincere condolences to those murdered in Paris
- the artists, journalists, their family, friends, fans and those
who tried to protect them."
all those who have and continue to fight for freedom of speech
and expression, thank you - keep going."
comes after gunmen attacked the Paris office of French satirical
magazine Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday, killing 12 of the
staff and injuring 11 in an apparent Islamist attack.
two masked men, armed with assault rifles, forced their way into
the Paris magazine offices, shooting dead the editor Stephane
Charbonnier, his police guard and nine other members of staff.
As they fled in a waiting black car, they opened fire at police
and shot dead an officer in the street before driving off.