It lies in the court of the gendarmerie in Persian, on the floor, wrists behind the back, shackled by handcuffs. Nobody really knows if the young Black man, stopped a few minutes earlier by a crew of three policemen, is still breathing. It is over 30 degrees that day in July 2016 in Beaumont-sur-Oise, in the Val-d'oise, and the heat, stifling a totally impregnated, air ambient such as bitumen.
The fire brigade, called by police, arrived at 17: 59 and 49 seconds and chime as soon as the alert : "Message request reinforcement. I demand a SMUR for pe...Article reserved to subscribers
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