The autopsy of Adama Traoré, died last Tuesday when he was stopped in the Val-d’Oise, did not determine the immediate cause of death, said Monday the lawyer of his family, Frédéric Zajac. “The doctor finds a lack of immediate cause death and can not decide immediately,” said Mr. Zajac, who was notified of the final autopsy report. However, it states that, according to him, the young man of 24 suffered many an “infection” and that his body showed “scratch”.
The prosecutor of Pontoise, Yves Jannier, had said Thursday that Adama Traore suffered from “a very serious infection,” “involving several organs.” He said the preliminary autopsy report made no mention of “significant traces of violence” on the body.
Mr. Zajac, who has requested a cons-expertise, waiting for a response “very fast” the investigating judge. If granted, the new autopsy is being conducted in the week by three experts. According to a source close to the investigation, it is mainly the toxicological and bacteriological analysis, the results can take weeks, “which will give answers.”
Described blunder by his family, the death Adama Traore led several nights of violence in the town of Beaumont-Sur-Oise, where he was arrested, and in neighboring municipalities. Chanting “Justice for Adama”, between 1500 (police) and 5,000 people (security service) participated Friday in Beaumont-sur-Oise in a white march that took event-like.
Two parallel investigations are conducted by the research section and the General inspectorate of the gendarmerie.
“Quieter night in the Val-d’Oise after the autopsy of Adama Traoré
“The Val-d’Oise power after the death of a young