Justice for Adama: the family protesting police brutality in France – video

Guardian - Friday, 17 February 2017
Adama Traoré died in police custody last year. His family’s struggle for justice has put police brutality back under the spotlight in France, and his older sister Assa is leading the battle to find out the truth about his death. Iman Amrani looks at how this story paved the way for the recent riots in France, following the alleged rape of a young man called Theo by a police officer

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