The fight against police violence in France

The night between June 16 and 17, 2007 in the 20th district of Paris, Lamine Dieng, 25 years old, left home and never came back. He died under the weight of the policemen who held him face down in their police van. The Dieng family never had the trial they wanted (the case was dismissed) but they never gave up. Usually discreet in the media, for Sphera Network x @streetpress, they told us their story.

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