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Angry Protesters March Against Police Violence In France

Angry Protesters March Against Police Violence In France

Thousands of angry protesters marched in France yesterday to protest police violence in rallies organized by the left political party. 

The nationwide protest came just under three months after the point-blank killing by a policeman of a youth outside Paris at a traffic check sparked over a week of rioting in Paris. 

The demonstrators were responding to a call by the radical left including the hard-left France Unbowed (LFI).

Unions said some 80,000 people joined the protests across France, including 15,000 in Paris, but the interior ministry said the number was about 31,300 nationwide, with 9,000 in Paris.

In Paris, demonstrators of all ages held up placards proclaiming “Stop state violence”, “Don’t forgive or forget” or “The law kills”. 

Among those marching in the northern city of Lille was 27-year-old Mohamed Leknoun, whose brother Amine was killed in August 2022 after refusing to obey police mandates.

“All this injustice destroys families,” he told AFP.

The protest started days after the IGPN, the inspectorate accountable for analyzing police misdeeds, sent out its annual report on the use of force by officers.

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