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World "No justice, no peace": in Paris, thousands of demonstrators against police violence

02:15  03 june  2020
02:15  03 june  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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In London, thousands of demonstrators gathered around the moated United States Embassy in defiance of stay-at-home coronavirus restrictions and chanted Mr. Floyd’s name, “I can’t breathe” and “No And in Paris , among those calling for a demonstration was the family of Adama Traoré, a

Police used tear gas against the demonstrators . Clashes have erupted in Paris as hundreds of people have once again taken to the streets to protest police brutality. The protesters are chanting " no justice , no peace " and "cops are rapists and murders!"

Une manifestation en soutien à la famille d'Adama Traoré et contre les violences policières a rassemblé au moins 20.000 personnes à Paris, mardi soir. Des incidents ont éclaté à la fin de cette mobilisation. © STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP A demonstration in support of the family of Adama Traoré and against police violence gathered at least 20,000 people in Paris, Tuesday evening. Incidents broke out at the end of this mobilization.

Thousands of protesters against police violence, at least 20,000 according to the police headquarters, gathered Tuesday evening in court in Paris, at the call of the support committee for the family of Adama Traoré. This 24-year-old black man died in 2016 after his arrest, an event that had sparked a protest against police violence.

The crowd, massive, invaded in the early evening the surroundings and the forecourt of the Paris courthouse, north of the capital. While the death of George Floyd after his arrest sparked protests in the United States, this rally, which was banned by the police, saw protesters sporting many slogans like "No justice, no peace", "Black Lives Matter "or" I can't breathe ".

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nsfw:yes (or nsfw:no). include (or exclude) results marked as NSFW. e.g. subreddit:aww site:imgur.com dog. Police brutality in the United States is something many races in this country face on a DAILY basis. But no people have suffered more at the hands of police than the Black community in the US.

Chants of " no justice , no peace " were heard In the streets of Copenhagen on Sunday, as protesters marched over Floyd's death. On Saturday, demonstrators in Toronto chanted slogans associated with the Back Lives Matter movement. And on Sunday, thousands gathered in Vancouver in a show

"Violence, yes, I tasted it"

The situation across the Atlantic has highlighted, in France, the claims of opponents of police violence committed specifically against black or Arab people. "Unfortunately, what is happening in the United States, we too are entitled to it here. There is no need to cross the Atlantic to see it," explains Boubacar.

"They crushed me on the ground, they strangled me with their knee, I was losing my breath ..."

This protester from Gennevilliers says he was the victim of "an extremely violent arrest by the Clichy police" in June 2019: "They crushed me on the ground, they strangled me with their knee, I was losing my breath ... I had called them to report a disappearance, a mother had lost her daughter. Violence, yes, I did tasted. "

Christophe Castaner promises "a penalty" for "every fault" or racist word in the police

 Christophe Castaner promises Christophe Castaner was questioned in the Senate this Wednesday after protests against police violence © Jacques Witt / SIPA Christophe Castaner, May 27, 2020 FORCES OF ORDER - Christophe Castaner was questioned in the Senate this Wednesday the day after demonstrations against police violence "Every fault, every excess, every word, including racist expressions " will be "the subject of an investigation, a decision, a sanction, "promised Wednesday Christophe Castaner before the senators.

On Sunday, thousands of people demonstrated in central London, chanting: “ No Justice ! No peace !” in Trafalgar Square before marching to the US embassy, where they faced a line of police . There were protests outside the US embassy in Copenhagen on Sunday, while hundreds of demonstrators

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At the start of the evening, the verdict of a new medical expert opinion commissioned by the family of Adama Traoré fell: this expert opinion pointed to the responsibility of the gendarmes in the death of the young man in July 2016, in Beaumont- sur-Oise. Last week, a final official appraisal had given opposite conclusions.

Adèle Haenel, Abd al Malik…

Families of victims of violence took the floor, supported in the crowd by figures from the world of music and entertainment: Adèle Haenel, Aïssa Maïga, Abd al Malik… "What is play here, this is the future of our country, this is the future of France. Thank you for being there, and great support to all the families of the victims, "said the Parisian rapper.

Adèle #Haenel arrives at the rally organized by the collective Adama #Traore at the Paris court. @ Europe1 pic.twitter.com/ciLBnjTCAm

- Théo Maneval (@TheoManeval) June 2, 2020

After a demonstration which took place in calm, clashes broke out, with bus shelters broken down and garbage cans burned down . The Paris ring road was invaded by a part of the demonstrators, and the police were in the process of responding, shortly before 10 p.m., with tear gas.

France wants to suspend police officers against racism .
© Ludovic Marin France wants to act harder against racism and excessive police violence: Interior Minister Christophe Castaner announced on Monday in Paris the "systematic" suspension of any official who has been proven to be racist. France wants to act harder against racism and excessive police violence: Interior Minister Christophe Castaner announced on Monday in Paris the "systematic" suspension of any official who has been proven to be racist.

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