After posting a video of a teenager on social networks accusing the police of “sexual assault,” the investigation began.
An association supporting conscientious detainees said that in Algeria, five activists of the Chirac anti-regime movement were imprisoned on Thursday (April 8) as part of an investigation into allegations of torture of minors. The National Commission for the Release of Detainees said the five people were remanded in custody after hearings by the investigating judge of the Sidi Mohammed Court in Algiers.
These activists, including Chirac’s young “poet” Mohamed Tadjadit, were arrested on Sunday and Monday after posting a video of a 15-year-old underage suing the police on social networks.“Sexual contact” After being arrested during a protest march in Algiers on Saturday. They were prosecuted for “criminal connection”, “spreading false information that may disrupt public order”, “violating children’s privacy and exploiting them for ethical purposes”, “inciting debauchery” and “possession of drugs.” According to the lawyer.
After the video was broadcast on social networks, prosecutors began an investigation, in which Mohamed Tadjadit (Mohamed Tadjadit) appeared especially with the injured and tearful boy when he left the police on Saturday night Game time.In the second video posted on YouTube on Sunday, the teenager said that he was “Abused” The police allegedly tried to rape him.
Sid Ahmed Mourad, the Attorney General of Algiers, told a news conference on Monday night that according to medical reports, the minor had not acted. “Against Nature”. “The only fact the teenager reported was that the walkie-talkie antenna was pushed away from behind” Supplemented by a police officer, the Attorney General.
On Tuesday, after a meeting of the High Security Council, President Abdelmadjid Tebboune warned Chirac’s protesters against taking any measures. “skidding” with “Non-Innocent Activities” WHO “Trying to hinder the democratic process in Algeria.” According to CNLD, 24 Chirac demonstrators were arrested on Monday in Algiers and were imprisoned for “undermining national unity”.