November 30 According to an AFP report, on the 30th local time, a judicial source said that four French policemen were prosecuted on suspicion of beating a black man in Paris, and two of them were detained.
According to previous reports, on November 21, Michel Zecker, a black French man and music producer, was found by the police without a mask on the streets of Paris. In the process of Zekler’s attempt to return to his studio, three policemen entered and clashed with his studio. Surveillance videos circulating on the Internet show that three policemen beat Zekler, who did not violently resist the law.
During the conflict, Zekler shouted for help and finally pushed three policemen out of the house with the help of his colleagues. Unexpectedly, the police broke a window and threw a tear gas into the house. The incident attracted widespread attention in France.
Sources revealed that the examining magistrate charged three police officers for “intentional use of violence by public servants” and “falsification”. Another police officer suspected of throwing tear gas at Zeckerer Studios was charged with “intentional violence”. At present, two police officers are detained, and the other two are conditionally released.
According to the French media, after the exposure of the incident, it aroused a strong response in French society. Paris Mayor Hidalgo said in a message: “I am deeply shocked by this intolerable behavior… fully support Michelle.” French government sources said that French President Macron held talks with Interior Minister Dalmanin on the 26th to call for severe punishment for those who beat Michelle.