In a few hours or a few days, there will be a white march in Crépol (Drôme) or in a nearby village. Banners will no doubt read: "For Thomas, never again", in memory of the 16-year-old boy stabbed on the night of Saturday to Sunday at the end of a village "winter ball". The emotion will be strong, as will the anger. And yet, there will be more Thomases in the weeks and months to come. In the cities and in the countryside.
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