Extreme Right Rally in Paris For Thomas and Against the State

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About 200 sympathizers and far-right militants demanded “justice” for the young man killed. Initially forbidden, the demonstration on Friday, December 1st in the evening was authorized last minute by the justice.

“Our demonstration is authorized! Everyone to the Pantheon!” The message was published on Friday, December 1st at 6:20 pm on the Telegram group of the far-right Parisian movement Les Natifs. It contributed to the gathering of 200 far-right militants and sympathizers in the 6th arrondissement of the capital, for a tribute to the young Thomas. Stabbed at the end of a ball in the town of Crépol (Drôme), in the night of November 19 to 20, the 16-year-old teenager has become a symbol of the far right, which claims to honor and avenge him.

Like several other similar gatherings in France in recent days, this one had been subject to a prefectural ban on Wednesday evening, on the grounds that it was likely to create disturbances to public order, due to “statements made that are statements of incitement to hatred and violence.”

But on Friday evening, the administrative court

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