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World Police violence in the 17th century: Darmanin calls for the suspension of the three officials

14:40  26 november  2020
14:40  26 november  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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Three police officers who beat a man without restraint for nearly fifteen minutes in his own room: this happened in the 17th arrondissement of Paris last Saturday, a little before 8 p.m. The images, revealed this Thursday by Loopsider, are unbearable and the video is already making the rounds on social networks. So much so that the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin has already reacted via Twitter. He reveals that the IGPN has been seized of this case and asks the prefect of police "to suspend the police officers concerned as a precaution". In his investigation, Loopsider specifies that he contacted the prefecture on Tuesday, which then explained to them that he had "no trace of this intervention" by the police.

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[Intervention in Paris 17th]

I am delighted that the IGPN was seized by the courts on Tuesday.

I ask the police chief to suspend the police officers concerned as a precaution. I hope that the disciplinary procedure can be conducted as soon as possible.

- Gérald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin) November 26, 2020

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It happened on Saturday in Paris. 15 minutes of racist beatings and insults.

The crazy scene of police violence that we reveal is simply incredible and edifying.

You have to look at it all the way to see the full extent of the problem. pic.twitter.com/vV00dOtmsg

- Loopsider (@Loopsidernews) November 26, 2020

Loopsider has obtained twenty minutes of recording from the CCTV cameras in the studio where the scene took place, but also videos taken by neighbors in the neighborhood and by young people who were in the basement of the music studio during the assault. Police say the man tried to grab their gun and hit them. "A completely false version", according to Loopsider, who questions Michel, the producer who was attacked. He explains that he wanted to return to his office after passing a police car to avoid being fined as he did not have a mask, which has been mandatory in the street since the confinement. They follow him, enter the room and ask him to leave.

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"Dirty nigger"

"I'm afraid, I call for help, I even wonder if they are real police officers", testifies Michel while the blows start to rain, "mainly at the level of [his ] face and [his] skull ”. Everything is filmed. When he tries to extricate himself, to ask why he is being hit, he is answered with racist slurs. “They've said 'dirty nigger' to me a few times,” says Michel. Nine young artists who are recording a track downstairs in the studio finally hear the screams and decide to rescue it. The young people manage to force open the blocked door and push the police outside.

The scene continues in the street because the officers try to enter again. "They are trying to smash the window with batons," Loopsider explains, relying on footage from neighbors. On CCTV cameras, we even see that a tear gas canister was sent inside the room where Michel is still located. Outside, officers draw their guns, call for reinforcements, and ask him to leave his room, which he ends up doing. Two policemen then pick up the young refugees from the basement, take them out, and they too are beaten until the neighbors warn they are filming. "This is where the police stopped beating me," said one of the youths.

At the police station, the police accuse Michel of "rebellion and outrage" and accuse him of having tried to "steal their weapons". The police also accuse her of shooting them inside the premises, according to her lawyer, Hafida El Ali. "Neither Michel nor the nine young people were violent towards the police according to the images," said Loopsider. "Fortunately we have the videos," breathes the lawyer interviewed.

Producer beaten up in Paris: "No divorce between the police and its population", according to Darmanin, who supports Lallement .
Gérald Darmanin was auditioned this Monday by the Law Commission of the National Assembly © NICOLAS MESSYASZ / SIPA Gérald Darmanin, Minister of the Interior FORCES OF ORDER - Gérald Darmanin was auditioned this Monday by the Law Commission of the National Assembly "I do not share the fact that there is a divorce between the police and its population ”, declared the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin , heard Monday by the Law Commission of the National Assembly, after a series of police v

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