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France: Beaten by police and imprisoned for his opinons

From Human Rights in Europe

June 19, "Nicolas", 22, the first protester of the anti-gay-marriage law was sentenced to two months in prison for an imaginary rebellion.
No initial offence could be proved, the arrest was without legal basis and imprisonment appears to be that young "Nicolas" is the first political prisoner of M. Hollande’s French government.
Following this event, the French rallied to protest. Large gatherings were organized in Paris and all French cities from Friday until Sunday to show their indignation? The protesters also expressed their concerns vis-à-vis their government’s views on gay marriage, their need to impose Gestation For Others, Medically Assisted Procreation and Gender Theory for schools.

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