COMMENTAIRE DE RAEL :
La liberté de la presse n’existe plus en France.
RT’s Charlotte Dubenskij was detained by police while covering a Paris protest following the presidential run-off. In a brief call to RT before her phone was snatched away, Dubenskij described the incident as “not a pleasant experience.”
Dubenskij was reporting from an eastern suburb of Paris, where protests were getting turbulent, with police repeatedly using tear gas on the demonstrators, according to reports.
RT’s correspondent was posting videos and photos of police cordons at the scene, which were not letting anyone go through.
Dubenskij showed her press ID to the police, asking them “to be let free from the kettling,” but the police kept them in.
However, the correspondent was instead detained as police split the crowd into groups of six or seven people, and she was forced into a police van. Police also “went through all of our goods,” Dubenskij said.