Trial of man who wore anti-police T-shirt postponed

Trial of man who wore anti-police T-shirt postponed
Trial of man who wore anti-police T-shirt postponed

The case will finally be judged on November 27.

The events took place on July 4, 2023 at the Lyon judicial court. While an immediate appearance hearing was taking place for a man who threw fireworks at RAID police officers during the riots in Lyon, around twenty supporters sang anti-police songs. Among them was a man in his thirties wearing a Nike T-shirt with the logo “Nike” under which was written “the police“.

The police had asked him to leave the room, which the individual had refused. Opposing this order, he was arrested and placed in police custody. The hearing, meanwhile, had been suspended.

The scene had notably provoked a reaction from the Minister of Justice and Minister of Justice, Éric-Dupont Moretti, who had accused individuals “who only represent themselves“, having “messy”” l’audience.

The far-left activist who belonged to the Lyon and Environs Antifascist Group, shortened to “GALE”, was sent back to court again this Wednesday, almost a year after the events. It was the Lyon Public Prosecutor’s Office that requested the referral due to conclusions of nullity filed too late by the defense according to Progress.

The individual will therefore be tried on November 27 for insulting a person in authority and rebellion.

X

-

-

PREV Tanguy Pastureau Show – A Hostile World
NEXT Nîmes (Amical): time, TV channel, streaming