The shooting happened at night as bullets fired at eight Iranian Kurds carrying a cave into the water on a beach in Dunkirk.
Two men received hospital treatment after being hit by a bullet on Sept. 22.
A man on paper said: “There are eight of us holding a boat near the shore. We are ready to launch it for 40 people who want to cross your country.
“Then three or four policemen came in a car. One policeman shot Juanro Rasuli in the blank at the point. I can’t remember how many times they fired rubber bullets.
“When the police saw us, they shouted stop, We stopped and still shot us. Then we ran as far as we could.”
Mr. Rasuli, 24, is still recovering in the hospital after suffering a fracture to his leg.
The incident took place five miles from a pointless migrant camp where hundreds of people were waiting for a boat bound for Britain.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has threatened to hide £ 54 million in Britain’s payments to the French government for beach patrols in northern France if the number of migrant boats crossing Britain is at least.
The number of people who have made the dangerous journey across the English Channel in small boats this year has reached 17,085.
The figure is double the total for all of 2020 when 8,417 people crossed.