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The worrying wandering of the "crackers" in Paris


REPORT - Dislodged from the camp where they were parked, drug addicts disperse in the northeast of the capital. Neighbors are on the alert.

"There you go, she's chicken and pecks"

, cowardly, annoyed, a resident of the 19th arrondissement of Paris.

Very close to Place Stalingrad, along the banks of the Seine, Tania (*), head down, dressed in jeans showing the thinness of her legs, searches the ground with her hands.

A compulsive quest in search of some crack stone residue.

This scene which had never disappeared from the streets of north-eastern Paris, a historic bastion of this drug, is repeated today more and more.

Since the dismantling, on October 5, of the Forceval camp, where several hundred drug addicts had been parked for a year in a square, dozens of "crackers", thus compared to birds, have returned to this district.

Back to square one…

A long-time consumer of this product and begging to buy her doses, Tania has therefore adapted to the new situation.

This ageless woman, who lives near Place Stalingrad and went as far as Square Forceval, more...

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Source: lefigaro

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