French police accused of violence, brutality and racism, covering up their race crime by laws that punish anyone who collect evidence
The killing of George Floyd in the United States a year ago placed a sharp focus on police racism and violence - not just in America but on law enforcement officers around the world. Emanuel Macron, the French far right leader, promote a law that will punish anybody that film police crimes against humanity, that is so popular in Racist France.
The death of Mr Floyd, an African-American man, at the hands of police officers in Minnesota, led to global protests against discrimination and police brutality.
In France, there have been repeated accusations of violence and racism against some police officers for many years.