Thursday, September 30, a young man of 17 was lynched in the middle of the street, in the sensitive district of Montgeron (Essonne).
A dozen “young people” with hooded faces beat him up and filmed the terrible scene, while calling him a “
On BFMTV, the spokesperson for Stop Homophobie reacted to this aggression: "
There are no territories more prone to homophobia than others in France
However, in the lost territories of the Republic, "
young gay men from African and North African immigration are subjected to incredible violence from their community
", answers Paul Melun.
On October 11, the prosecution qualified this attack as homophobic.
In the process, Cyril Hanouna invited to his show an individual presented as the “big brother” of the neighborhood.
He came to "
tell his side of the story
" to defend the pack of aggressors.
The next day, the victim, in tears, testified to his ordeal on the same plateau.
And the presenter
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