The Nador division of the Moroccan Association for Human Rights (AMDH) has released a video on its Twitter account showing dozens of people huddled on the ground surrounded by Moroccan police forces and identifying them with migrants from sub-Saharan countries who this Friday they have failed in their attempt to jump the Melilla fence.
The video shows people lying down, some with gestures of pain and others motionless. The jump this Friday, one of the most virulent in memory, has resulted, according to the Moroccan Ministry of the Interior, with five deceased migrants.
The message, which refers to the "booza" as the immigrants who have managed to enter Spanish territory, has been published accompanied by another video in which dozens of migrants are observed walking down a street, presumably on their way to the area. border where the jump took place first thing in the morning.
Official sources consulted by ABC estimated that 49 agents and 57 immigrants were injured on the Spanish side and at least 133 people who, in fact, would have managed to reach the Temporary Immigrant Stay Center of the autonomous city.
Unlike other occasions, access to Melilla has occurred from half past eight in the morning, when a group of more than 500 people have gone to the access gate to the autonomous city in Chinatown. They have burst it with a shears and have made their way.