Stéphane Lhomme, the national spokesman for the "Nuclear Exit Network", was detained late Tuesday evening in Bordeaux as part of a preliminary investigation by the antiterrorist section of the Paris prosecutor's office. noted an AFP correspondent.
The Bordeaux anti-nuclear activist, who was arrested early in the morning by officers of the Directorate of Territorial Surveillance (DST), was released after fourteen hours in custody.
At its release, Stéphane Lhomme said police had searched for more than five hours home, where they seized his mobile phone and his two personal computers.
An EDF classified defense document, which mentions "the vulnerability of the future EPR nuclear power plant in the event of a suicide plane crash," was also seized, said Stéphane Lhomme.