It is a brutal allegation: A young black man in a Paris has allegedly been raped by a police officer using a baton. Hundreds have flocked to the streets to protest the highly-political case.
Life in the Paris music club's street seems to have returned to normal. Yet omnipresent police and a new counterterrorism law reveal the lasting effects of the night when 90 people lost their lives at the Bataclan.
France's new anti-terror bill will allow police to continue to carry out house raids without a warrant and restrict suspects' movement. Rights advocates decried the bill, but it met with little public resistance.
Protesters came out in support of a victim of alleged police brutality, which included being raped with a baton. Some protesters turned violent, which led to several arrests.
The alleged rape of a black man by police has sparked outrage and violence in France, drawing attention to the gritty banlieues. In one Paris suburb, however, youngsters have helped clean up the mess the mayhem caused.
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