After the release of the police officer who shot Nahel last June in Nanterre, the teenager’s mother called for a rally this Sunday, November 19 at 3 p.m.
“Come many and many.” The mother of Nahel, a 17-year-old teenager killed by police shooting in June in Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine), called, in a video transmitted to BFMTV, for a rally this Sunday, November 19.
“Come in large numbers to support us,” asked the mother.
The meeting is given by the Justice pour Nahel collective at 3 p.m., Place Nelson-Mandela in Nanterre.
“I will not give up for my son”
After four months of detention, the police officer responsible for the fatal shooting was released under judicial supervision this Wednesday, November 15. Nahel’s mother denounced “a real injustice”.
“On June 27, 2023, my only son, Nahel, was killed by a police officer, recalls the mother. Do we have the right to kill a child for refusing to comply? No,” blurts out she had tears in her eyes.
“A police officer kills an Arab or black child, becomes a millionaire and leaves prison, reunites with his family peacefully for the holidays. I will never find my son again,” she insists.
And added: “I will fight, I will not give up for my son.”
Gn Fr France