US News “I was afraid”: when the police handcuffed Tarek Boudali taking him for another
DRC: an opposition demonstration dispersed by the police
© ALEXIS HUGUET / AFP Martin Fayulu, June 30, 2019 in Kinshasa (illustration). Banned by the municipality of Kinshasa, the march organized this Wednesday by the opposition was dispersed by the police with tear gas. Opponent Martin Fayulu could not go to the place of resemblance. From our correspondent in Kinshasa, Patient Ligodi While Martin Fayulu and his activists had arranged to meet in a square in a working-class district in the east of the Congolese capital , at 8 a.m.
On the bill for his second film as director 30 days max, Tarek Boudali was the guest of Guillaume Pley and Jimmy Labeeu in their talk show Le QG, broadcast every Thursday on Youtube. On this occasion, he confided in the setbacks that happened to him when he still lived with his parents, with police officers.
Thursday, October 22, actor and directorwas the guest of former NRJ and CStar host Guillaume Pley, and Belgian youtubeur Jimmy Labeeu, broadcast every week at 6 p.m. on Youtube , The HQ . alongside his friend Philippe Lacheau in particular, came to promote his second film as a director, , in theaters since October 14th. In comedy, Tarek Boudali plays the character of Rayane, a cowardly and clumsy young cop, often laughed at by his fellow police officers. Until he learns he only has thirty days to live, and decides to prove to everyone that he has the luck of a hero. To perfect his role as a cop, the interpreter of Kader in the short series In family , , as he recently confided to our colleagues from TV Mag.
REPORT. In Belarus, the street is still determined
© Ania Nowak Olga, on the left, and Veronika, on the right, want to see the demonstration through to the end, despite the arrests. Galvanized by the ultimatum launched by the head of the Belarusian opposition to the disputed President Alexander Lukashenko, which expires in a week, the crowd was at the rendezvous Sunday, October 18, 2020 in the streets. Despite the fear and fatigue.
In the wrong place, at the wrong time
Coming back to the subject of the police with their guest, the two presenters asked him if he had ever had a mess in the past to leave with the police. The answer ofMore fear than harm was not long in coming: "Once, a very long time ago. I grew up in a city (in Boulogne-Billancourt , editor's note ) and I moved in a few time later next door, 150 meters from my city. One evening, it was winter, I had to get something from my parents because I had really just moved in. (…) I go through the parking lot of my city (…), As soon as I open the car park door, I see lots of smoke everywhere (…) A shadow passes in front of me, in the distance, a second shadow passes, stops, turns towards me and I see that He's a cop, a guy from BAC (Anti-Crime Brigade, editor's note) He takes out his taser and says 'don't move!' I raise my hands, tell myself that it's okay, that he's going to realize that he's got the wrong person, but no, he says 'down!', I get down (...), he says to me 'hands behind his back' (…) and there he puts the handcuffs on me! A dozen police officers in uniform come. (…) I say 'you have the wrong person, I did nothing' (… ) I saw myself ten years in jail, a miscarriage of justice, I said to myself 'it's over!' "
Finally, two police officers realize the mistake, but that's when they hear on the talkie that the man they are looking for has been spotted a little further away. Tarek Boudali is relieved, he waits for someone to release him, but it does not go as he hoped: "They all move out, and they leave me in the handcuffs! I get up, and I run after them , handcuffs on my back! In the end, two of them stopped, told me they were sorry and, took off the handcuffs and let me go! " The kind of experience you won't forget.
A black woman gains access to a key New York police station, a first .
© Noam Galai Juanita Holmes, pictured here on March 5, 2016, has been promoted to Head of Patrol for the NYPD, one of the key positions in the New York police A black woman, Juanita Holmes, was promoted Thursday to one of the key New York police stations, a first that should help restore confidence in a police under fire from critics since the Black movement Lives Matter.