France police brutality: Macron ‘very shocked’ by video of black man beaten up

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    Pressure on the French government and police leadership intensified Friday after the police #beating of a black music producer in Paris sparked #outrage across the spectrum, from top politicians to football stars. French President Emmanuel #Macron said he was “very shocked” by these images. FRANCE 24’s Marc Perelmann tells us more.

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