The family of Adama Traoré, a young man died during his arrest in the Val-d’Oise, filed an application against-autopsy, said Friday his lawyer, before the start of a white walking Beaumont-sur-Oise. “I filed this morning against a request for appraisal by a panel of experts,” said Mr. Frédéric Zajac.
On Thursday, the prosecutor in Pontoise Yves Jannier explained that the young man of 24 years, died Tuesday when arrested by the police, suffered “a very serious infection,” “involving several organs.” According to him, the coroner found no “significant marks of violence” on the body. “This is not to contest the first autopsy, but for all we know, we stop the fantasies of both sides,” “I want the family to know the truth,” added the lawyer . “Contrary to what we heard, the cause of death is not yet determined,” the family felt this Friday in a statement. “An infection was found, but it does not say how and what is death our dear Adama,” she complained.
Chanting “Justice for Adama “several thousand people took part Friday in Beaumont-sur-Oise (Val-d’Oise) on a white march that took manifestation of paces, after the death Tuesday of Adama Traoré during his arrest. “My brother was killed, my brother suffered violence”, accused Assa Traore, the sister of the young man of 24, during a press conference, saying it was subject to a “police relentlessly since several years “.
Dressed in t-shirts” justice for Adama without justice you will never have peace, “the relatives led through the small town of the banks of the Oise a procession of several thousand people. Among the slogans punctuated with applause: “I am Adama” and “Justice for Adama.” Some demonstrators threw “murderers” at the address police present to secure the march before being cropped by other participants.
“It was my next door neighbor. There is much pain, and then comes anger. Justice is always in favor of the state’s personal “Rofrane estimated, 34, came with her daughter. The young man’s death has provoked many reactions on social networks around the hashtag #JusticePourAdama, sometimes associated #BlackLivesMatter used to denounce police brutality against blacks in the United States.
In the night of Thursday to Friday, six vehicles were burned in the towns of L’Isle-Adam, Champagne-sur-Oise, Bernes-sur-Oise and Beaumont-sur-Oise, and two gas pumps. The night before, the police had been targeted by weapon firing lead and Molotov cocktails. Several vehicles were burned and nine people had been taken into custody. The young man had initially been presented as being suspected in an extortion case.
But according to a source close to the investigation, Adama Traoré would actually inserted at the inquiry of his brother, the real suspect wanted in the case, before being arrested himself. Two parallel investigations are conducted by the Research Section and the General Inspectorate of the Gendarmerie. The young man’s death has provoked many reactions on social networks around the hashtag #JusticePourAdama, sometimes associated #BlackLivesMatter used to denounce police brutality against blacks in the United States.
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