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the teenager’s mother calls for a rally on Sunday in Nanterre after the policeman’s release – Libération

Death of Nahel, killed by police shooting in Nanterrecase

In a video sent to the media, Mounia, Nahel’s mother, calls for a rally at 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, on Nelson-Mandela Square in Nanterre to denounce the release of the police officer responsible for the shooting that killed her son in June.

Liberation does not happen. In a video sent to several media outlets Thursday evening, the mother of Nahel, this teenager killed during a road check in Nanterre on June 27, calls for a “gathering” of support on Sunday after the release of the police officer responsible for the shooting on Wednesday. “I will fight, I will not give up for my son. Sunday, November 19, come and support us at 3 p.m. on Place Nelson-Mandela, in Nanterre.asks Mounia.

The death of the 17-year-old teenager sparked a week of riots across France and the police officer responsible for the shooting remained imprisoned until Wednesday. But the investigating judges decided “that the legal criteria for the pre-trial detention of the police officer incarcerated since June 29 no longer appeared to be met at this stage of the investigation”explained the Nanterre prosecutor’s office after his release.

The 38-year-old police officer remains indicted for murder and is placed under judicial supervision. He must “pay security” and is prohibited from entering into contact with witnesses and civil parties, “to appear in Nanterre” and of “hold a weapon”according to the public prosecutor.

For Nahel’s mother, it is a “real injustice”. And questions in the video: “How can my son’s life have such little value for this justice?”

Gn Fr France

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