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A movie about police violence in #France: Against our will Part 1

The tour of the documentary “A Nos Corps Defendants” (English title “Against our will”) having been cancelled because of the confinement, and in view of the racist violence that is increasing against the inhabitants of working-class neighbourhoods under the pretext of enforcing the confinement, it seemed essential to make this film public while everyone is at home to rest and can now watch it. You can watch it online now.

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[Video] #COVID19 #France – Containment: an elastic term – Police brutality against the poor, while people living in the more noble Parisian neighbourhoods can go out for a walk in the sun without being beaten or immobilized

France. March 19, 2020. To enforce the containment, the French government has deployed 100,000 law enforcement officers with carte blanche across the French territory.

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Let’s talk about #PoliceViolence! International Day Against Police Violence on March 15th

Laye-Alama Condé! Oury Jalloh! Yaya Jabbi! Amad Ahmad! Christy Schwundeck! Achidi John!

This sad list can be extended indefinitely. So many people – not only in Germany – have been abused, murdered and killed by the police and judiciary. In addition, there are thousands who have been and are affected by violent attacks by the police. Thousands have been subjected to harassment and discrimination by the police again and again. Because in the eyes of the police they are “different”, “criminal”, and “endanger security”: People with a (supposed) migration background, precariously living and homeless people, sex workers*, people beyond the gender norm, left-wing activists*, people who are declared ill.

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Massive police violence against #GiletsJaunes in #Bordeaux [Video]

France. The prostests in France continue, so does the police violence. Yesterday the cops were extremely violent on Bordeaux.

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“État policier” Newspaper – Call for Submissions of Texts

Canadian territory. Capitalism is collapsing. Neoliberalism is dying. Those in power cling to their authority as their greed pushes us towards environmental catastrophe, they wage war on solidarity and become more and more monstrous every day that passes.

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Gidimt’en Statement On Documents Showing “#Canada Police Prepared To Shoot Indigenous Activists”

On December 20, the Guardian released an article detailing the contents of RCMP documents pertaining to the January 7, 2019 raid on the Gidimt’en Access Point. The documents confirm that RCMP were prepared to use lethal force, that they were willing to target and arrest unarmed Indigenous people and elders, and that they prepared to apprehend our children.

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#Athens: 3 more evictions in #Koukaki district. Cops terrorized neighbours

Athens. Greek police evicted 3 more squats in the Koukai district this morning (December 18). Neighbours were terrotized by the cops, some of them were also arrested. On Exracheia square the Nea Demokratia regime put up a Christmas tree. Tonight there will be an emergency meeting in the Gini building in Athens. A short report.

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Demonstration: After the Deadly Gunshots in #Wuppertal – Police Violence Affects Us All!

What follows is a call for a demonstration in Wuppertal (German territory) after the deadly police gunshots on December 7: Police violence affects us all!

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Croatian border: “I told them: ‘Stop! You’re hurting me. I cannot breathe.’”

Croatian media outlets reported this week on the case of an unaccompanied minor from Afghanistan who was subject to severe and inhuman treatment at the hands of Croatian authorities who was locked in a dark room, where officials questioned him and later “forced him to take his clothes off, made him get into water, where they released electricity through a [taser], which led to him losing consciousness.” During the incident, he suffered a broken rib, internal bleeding, and lost a significant amount of blood.

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#JusticePourSteve: French authorities ban demo to commemorate #SteveCaniço

Steve Maia Caniço, 24 years old, has been missing since 21 June 2019. On the 21st of June many young people celebrated the Fête de la Musique on a peninsula near Nantes, on the banks of the river Loire. Steve was one of them. Until the cops came… The cops attacked the party with loads of tear gasand many people fled, panic broke out, many fell several meters down an embankment into the Loire. Fourteen people were pulled out of the river by the fire brigade. Steve’s body was found in the Loire on July 29.

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