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Fisherman injured in Rennes during the demonstration: what happened? [Vidéo] – Reindeer

“I did nothing, I passed quietly. I was eating my chips and the cops came down on me. They beat me with truncheons in the ribs and one on the nose. They busted my nose. I’m in great pain”. This Wednesday, March 22, it is around 12:25 p.m., rue du Maréchal-Joffre, in Rennes, when a 21-year-old fisherman from Le Conquet is arrested by the police. Lying on the ground, this member of the crew of a trammeller had a major injury to his nose and was treated on the road by a policewoman specializing in first aid from the CRS 8. Then, the young man, who had no no criminal record, is placed in police custody. What happened ?

According to the first elements communicated this Thursday, March 23 by Philippe Astruc, public prosecutor of Rennes, the fisherman would have, earlier in the morning, thrown projectiles at the police. A CRS would have been hit by a bottle. Recognized later in the demonstration, he ended up being arrested, then placed in police custody under the qualification of violence against a person holding public authority.

Additional investigations

“According to the forensic examination, he has a 3 cm wound on the nasal bridge without edema and an old deformation of the nose, according to the person concerned”, specifies Philippe Astruc. The key: a temporary incapacity for work of two days.

In police custody, “he admitted having insulted and thrown one or two cans of beer at the CRS”, adds the prosecutor. The young man clarified, with regard to his arrest, “that he ran away and fell in his flight, slipping on the ground. He would then have taken blows from a truncheon in the face. Investigations into the etiology of his injuries are continuing, ”said the representative of the prosecution.

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