Sunday, March 27, 2016

Demonstration in Nantes: IGPN input on possible police violence – Le Point

The General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN) was seized after a 32 year old man was injured Thursday in Nantes in clashes between protesters and security forces on the sidelines of the demonstration against the law work, said the prosecution to a corresponding AFP.

According to the newspaper Presse Océan, which reveals information Saturday, the public prosecutor of Nantes announced entering IGPN, the “police of the police”, whether the injury was or was not the victim of violence by the police.

On a video made by residents with a mobile phone and posted on the website of the Nantes newspaper, we see the man in sweater and carrying a megaphone slung to the ground once, surrounded by several members of the security forces.

After he found and removed, he was again knocked to the ground before being taken along a wall, bleeding from the face .

Located in custody before being released without prosecution, the man had to be put seven stitches to the head.

IGPN was also seizure Thursday after the broadcast on social networks a video showing a police officer beating a young in Paris in incidents sidelines movements against the bill work in the capital.

26/03 / 2016 2:45:34 p.m. – Nantes (AFP) – AFP © 2016


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