Investigation of police who took off protester’s pants

According to the news of Le Figaro, the Lyon Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation after the images of the police taking off the demonstrator’s pants and clothes in the middle of the road were spread on social media.

Investigation, France‘and “Cops of Cops” It will be run by the National Police Investigation Unit (IGPN).

Thousands of people took to the streets in different cities such as Paris, Lyon, Nantes and Lille on the evening of March 30 to support the demonstrators who were injured in the protest against the construction of artificial water basins in France on March 25 and to react to police violence.

Nearly 3,000 people gathered in the city of Lyon, and the police intervened harshly in the protests, where some of the demonstrators targeted the local police station.


Thousands of environmentalists held a demonstration in the village of Saint-Soline in the country’s Deux-Sevres province on March 25 to protest the construction of 16 artificial watersheds in the region.

Official sources stated that 28 gendarmes and 7 demonstrators were injured in the clashes between the parties in the demonstrations where the police and gendarmerie intervened harshly.

Organizers reported that about 200 demonstrators were injured.

Source: Cumhuriyet Gazetesi – Gündem by

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