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The public prosecutor of Paris, Rémy Heitz, is due to announce on Sunday possible prosecutions against the four police officers accused of having violently hit the music producer Michel Zecler.
The day after a strong mobilization in France against the proposed law “global security” and against police violence, the four police officers accused of having violently assaulted Michel Zecler, a black music producer, were brought to justice on Sunday in mid-day.
Three days after the outbreak of this scandal and in a tense political context for the government, the public prosecutor of Paris, Rémy Heitz, held a press conference on Sunday November 29 at 5 p.m. to announce possible prosecutions against the four police officers.
An investigation has been open against them since Tuesday for “willful violence by a person holding public authority”, with the aggravating circumstance of racism, and “forgery in public writing”.