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"Kill Them; Kill Them All": The War against Police in France

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In January, the statistical services of the Ministry of the Interior recorded 2,288 such "kill them all" incidents, based on information from police reports.
The media's suspicion of the illegitimate use of violence by the police is so intense that officers under attack do not even feel permitted to use their weapon
The indictment of the police by the media and the entertainment industry -- actors, singers and so on -- is also fueled by academics.
Judicial cowards, of course, also side with the chic mob against the police.
If the police cannot investigate or protect the public because officers are afraid of being called racists, the security of the citizens is in danger.

Class-action suit alleges French police discriminate in identity checks

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The issue of racial profiling by French police has been debated for years, including but not only the practice of officers performing identity checks on young people who are often Black or of Arab descent and live in impoverished housing projects.
Assa Traore, centre, sister of Adama Traore attends a demonstration against a security law that would restrict sharing images of police on Nov. 28, 2020 in Paris. Adama Traore was a Black man killed in police custody in France, whose case has mobilized broad anger against police brutality and racial injustice. (Francois Mori/The Associated Press)
Serving notice is the obligatory first step in a two-stage lawsuit process. The law gives French authorities four months to talk with the NGOs about meeting their demands. If the parties behind the lawsuit are left unsatisfied after that time, the case will go to court, according to one of the lawyers, Slim Ben Achour.

How Photographer Joshua Woods Is Reckoning With Representation and Joy

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A Creative Convening by Kerry James Marshall, having just moved house. He describes the book to me as a collation of “a number of Black intellectuals talking about Kerry James Marshall’s work in relation to the Black space; creating Black space, and how to challenge things in the 21st century”. His choice of reading comes as no surprise considering Woods’ introspective thoughts in recent years; trying to understand what it means to be a Black photographer and to showcase Black experiences on a world-stage, whose lens is too often focused on its trials and tribulations. “I look at it as me contributing to the positive outlook, or the positive role of what Black culture does and plays into society.”

French protesters decry bill outlawing use of police images

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Published Saturday, November 28, 2020 8:59AM EST
Last Updated Saturday, November 28, 2020 2:41PM EST
PARIS - Tens of thousands of critics of a proposed security law that would restrict the filming of police officers protested across France on Saturday, and officers in Paris who were advised to behave responsibly during the demonstrations repeatedly fired tear gas to disperse rowdy protesters who set fire to France's central bank and threw paving stones.
The mood was largely peaceful, however, as dozens of rallies took place against a provision of the law that would make it a crime to publish photos or video of on-duty police officers with the intent of harming their “physical or psychological integrity.”

France erupts in protests over controversial police bill

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Uproar in France over proposed limits on filming police
French activists fear that a proposed new security law will deprive them of a potent weapon against abuse — cellphone videos of police activity — threatening their efforts to document possible cases of police brutality, especially in impoverished immigrant neighbourhoods.
French President Emmanuel Macron's government is pushing a new security bill that makes it illegal to publish images of police officers with intent to cause them harm, amid other measures. Critics fear the new law could hurt press freedoms and make it more difficult for all citizens to report on police brutality.
In this November 21, 2020 file photo a demonstrator takes a picture of policemen during a protest against bill on police images, in Paris. As videos helped reveal many cases of police brutality, French civil rights activists voiced fears that a new security law would threaten efforts by people from minorities and poor neighbourhoods to document incidents involving law enforcement officers. (AP)

French police violence: Five controversial cases

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French police violence: Five controversial cases
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Nov 27, 2020 in World
A video of officers beating up and racially insulting a black music producer in Paris is the latest in a string of incidents that have put French policing in the spotlight.
It comes days after journalists were manhandled by police breaking up a migrant camp in the capital just as a new law making it illegal to publish images of police with "malicious intent" was passed.
Here is a round-up of recent controversies:
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People hold a banner that says, "For Remi Fraisse 26.10.14 Never forgive, Never forget" on October 26, 2016 in Toulouse, southwestern France, during a rally to pay a tribute to the environmental activist who died during clashes with security forces

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