By Michaela Cabrera and Richard Lough
PARIS (Reuters) – Scores of hooded anarchists released projectiles at riot police, smashed up shop fronts, torched cars and trucks and burned barricades through a demonstration in the French money on Saturday against law enforcement violence and a draft security law.
The law enforcement fired back again volleys of tear gasoline and created recurring costs at groups of troublemakers for near to three hours. 1 group of anarchists ransacked the branch business office of a lender, throwing piles of paperwork on to a fireplace outside the house.
It marked the second consecutive of weekend of unrest in Paris, provoked by recent episodes of police brutality and President Emmanuel Macron’s protection options, which the demonstrators say would limit civil liberties.
Rallies also took position in Marseille, Lyon, Lille and other French towns.
Hundreds of individuals had started marching peacefully in Paris, waving banners that study