Crime A sister's fight: Assa Traoré, a figure in the fight against police violence (Part 2)
Adama Traoré, Lamine Dieng: rally in Paris against police violence
13 years after the death of Lamine Dieng, a thousand people participated this Saturday in Paris in a rally in his memory. © Alain JOCARD / AFP Protesters gathered in Paris on Saturday June 20 against racism and police violence. $ About a thousand people participated this Saturday in Paris in a rally in memory of Lamine Dieng, 13 years after the death of this 25-year-old Franco-Senegalese after an arrest, in a context of denunciation of police violence.
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Since 2016, Assa Traoré has been waging a legal battle to demonstrate the responsibility of the police for the death of her brother. At the head of the "Truth for Adama" committee, she regularly mobilizes her relatives and activists in the neighborhoods.
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In the wake of anti-racist demonstrations after the death of George Floyd, the fight of Assa Traoré takes on another dimension. On June 2, despite the ban on assembly, it brought together tens of thousands of people in Paris against police violence.
Who is Assa Traoré? How has it established itself in the media landscape in France? Response in Source code, in two episodes, with two journalists from the Parisian: Jean-Michel Décugis (Police Justice service) and Maïram Guissé (Île-de-France investigation cell).
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