On Monday, in Nimes, the mayor announced the "terrible decision" to close the media library, one of the last public services in the Pissevin district. Dealers conquered the territory through terror: they set up barricades and checkpoints to protect their business. The public authority retracted its statement.
On Tuesday, in Valencia, two primary schools kept their doors closed: parents were threatened with death while accompanying their children to class. "We're going to come back and kill you all, you're hindering our business!" traffickers shouted at them in the middle of a fight. The National Education has withdrawn.
Every week, the news column delivers its share of fatal shootings. Two years ago, Bac Nord, a film inspired by real events with resounding success, brought to the big screen the bloody confrontation between the police and gangs ready for all enslavements, all crimes to develop their trafficking. The cinema unvarnished this barbarity that wins...
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