On croyait avoir tout vu depuis le déclenchement de la crise des gilets jaunes : des mains arrachées, des yeux crevés, des handicapés renversés de leurs fauteuils, des femmes traînées…
Publication publiée :17 octobre 2019
Nice Republic prosecutor Jean-Michel Pretre gives a press conference on January 19, 2017 at Nice's courthouse, southeastern France. - Allegations of poor security arrangements when a man deliberately drove a big truck into crowds, killing 86 people, in an attack in the French Riviera resort of Nice last July were dismissed by a public prosecutor today.
Eric Drouet, a leader of the "Yellow Vests" (Gilets jaunes) anti-government protests, speaks to the press flanked by his lawyer Kheops Lara (R) after leaving the police station of Paris's 2nd arrondissement on January 3, 2019, at the end of his custody after being detained the night before by police during a yellow vests demonstration. - One of the leaders of the "yellow vest" demonstrations in France was detained by police in Paris, signalling a harder line from the government that sparked a wave of criticism from opponents on January 3. Eric Drouet -- who already faces a trial for carrying a weapon at a previous protest -- was arrested late on January 2 for organising an unauthorised protest on the Champs-Elysees avenue. He was released in the afternoon of January 3. (Photo by Bertrand GUAY / AFP)