Five activists, arrested on Friday at the Quai Branly Museum where they had snatched a post funeral to denounce the "dispossession of African wealth", will be judged at the end of September at the court of Paris, a-t-on learned at the office on Sunday.read also : Five men rob a post funeral at the musée du Quai Branly to denounce the "dispossession of Africa"
At the end of their custody, these five men were released Sunday under judicial control after they have been submitted to the public prosecutor who has decided to be tried before the correctional court for "attempted theft in a meeting of a movable item classified". The group had filmed and then posted online the video of their action on Friday.
We see one of the five men, who introduces himself as a national of the democratic Republic of the Congo, to unseal a post funeral Bari of the Nineteenth century, helped by another, before taking him in the hallways.
While it is filmed, the man screams its criticism of France: "We have decided to retrieve what belongs to us". "These goods were stolen under the settlement. We share with our well, it's back to the house," repeated he to the guards who the apostrophent and try to remember, before their arrest by the police.Updated Date: 15 June 2020, 06:47