Reviews What the lawyers who defend BarakaCity replied to the Ministry of the Interior

15:17  27 october  2020
15:17  27 october  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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BarakaCity a distribué des masques aux soignants durant la crise Covid 19. Une action mise en avant par la défense. © DR BarakaCity distributed masks to caregivers during the Covid 19 crisis. An action put forward by the defense.

It's a 21-page long brief of observations. Me William Bourdon and Me Vincent Brengarth, two of the lawyers of the NGO BarakaCity presented it this Monday evening before the services of the Ministry of the Interior. This Tuesday morning, at the microphone of France Inter, the host of Place Beauvau, Gerald Darmanin, announced that he "will propose tomorrow (Wednesday October 27) the dissolution of BarakaCity" to the Council of Ministers.

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The association, which has its premises in Evry-Courcouronnes, is criticized in particular for having published messages on social networks which have provoked "numerous anti-Semitic comments, death threats, apologetic remarks for crimes against the Humanity, ”says the Ministry of the Interior.

"No specific element reproaching the association"

"The association can not be held responsible for reactions to its publications, replied the two lawyers. She has never sought to provoke such acts, assuming they are characterized. […] It is striking to note that the document (Editor's note: the decree) contains absolutely no specific element reproaching the association, whose activity was also the subject of very in-depth investigations which were completed by a classification without continuation in March 2019 ”.

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In the brief that Le Parisien was able to consult, the lawyers highlight the humanitarian actions of BarakaCity, listing all the operations: distribution of 580 food kits to orphans from different districts of Nouakchott in Mauritania, well drilling in Togo or even deliveries of medical equipment to hospitals or clinics in Ile-de-France during the Covid crisis.

"A smokescreen", denounces a lawyer of the association

And to add that BarakaCity "does not participate either indirectly or directly in any activities likely to disturb public order, let alone terrorist nature. The treatment therefore appears to be totally unjustified and disproportionate. It acts within a totally and strictly humanitarian framework. "In observation, the lawyers continue:" It is essential to recall that the association vigorously, formally and inalienably condemns [the assassination of Samuel Paty], like all the attacks which took place in France, and did not not hesitated each time to publish press releases to this effect on its social networks and which are still available for consultation. "

On the complaints made at BarakaCity, the lawyers note:" The acts complained of do not directly concern the association but mainly its President personally and the publications he may have made. "

Met this Monday, Me Bourdon believes:" There is an unfortunate tradition in France which is the overreaction of political leaders when there is an attack. It is a way to create a smokescreen to hide the failure of the Pharos platform (Editor's note: to which hateful content is reported on the Internet) for which a dozen officials work. During the summer, Darmanin sent thousands of officials to arrest stoners. There is a staging of the protective state that reaps the fear of people. We are in a crazy period where unthinkable comments 10 years ago are being made by politicians ”.

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