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Tuesday 8 June 2010

Essonne: rioting in an estate of Athis-Mons

from le parisien

A police check turned into a riot last night in the Noyer-Renard estate. The police, stoned, fired flash-balls to escape, causing anger among many mothers present.
Nearly 150 people gathered in the city of Noyer-Renard in Athis-Mons, yesterday evening. Young people, but also mothers were still reeling from the police action which took place barely two hours earlier.
It is about 18 hours yesterday. After school, dozens of children are playing in the park, located next to the elementary school Flammarion. One child (3 years, according to some, 10 years for others) is on a minibike when two motorcyclists of the national policepass . They try to control the engines. There, everything sets off. Celia, a resident of the neighborhood, attended the scene: "The tone mounted between the locals and bikers, and suddenly, about fifty police arrived. It was panic. Everyone was screaming because they were shooting flash-balls everywhere. It was like the Apocalypse, "says the mother.
When police officers are physically attacked, what we can do? "An officer replied, explaining that a mother had bitten leg of a member of law enforcement. "The police were surrounded by fifty youths throwing stones at them," laments Claude Carrillo, secretary of the county police union Alliance 91, adding "for several months, there is a proliferation of mini-motorbikes in Athis and residents complain . That is why we are strengthening controls and seizing unlicensed vehicles. But there, people are not calming down, like Mabrouk *, 19: "I have lived there eighteen years. Police raids, I have seen, but like this, never. It seemed like they were shooting in a herd. "Following the confrontation, two officers have been taken to hospital for a check. Two young adults and the woman who bit the policeman were placed in custody. Yesterday evening, the concern was still palpable: "I hope the night will be calm," a young mother hoped.

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