After the release of the police officer implicated in Nahel’s death on June 27, the teenager’s mother called for a rally this Sunday, November 19 in Nanterre.
The fight goes on. After four months of pre-trial detention, the police officer responsible for the fatal shooting which hit young Nahel was released. The teenager’s mother denounced an “injustice” and called for demonstrations.
In an interview for Le Média, Mounia, the mother of young Nahel who died on June 27 during a police check, spoke about the release under judicial supervision of the police officer in question.
For her, this is a “real injustice”. “How can my son’s life have so little value? What message is being sent?” she added.
“A police officer kills a child, Arab or black, becomes a millionaire, leaves prison and quietly reunites with his family for the holidays. I will never find my son again, but I will fight and I will not give up for him,” she said. It is for this reason that the mother of the young teenager called for a gathering this Sunday, November 19.
The meeting is at Nelson-Mandela Square in Nanterre, the city where the events took place: “Come in large numbers to support us”.
As a reminder, the city of Nanterre was the most affected in France by the riots which followed the events. Nahel’s death also relaunched the debate on police violence in France.
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