Paris police beating black man triggers outcry in France

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    A video of three Paris police officers beating up a black man has caused public anger in France. The footage published by Loopsider, a French digital news outlet, shows music producer Michel Zecler attacked by the officers for about five minutes on November 21, 2020. Support us: https://subscribe.scmp.com

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