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The scene is the criminal court in Perpignan in south-west France. The defendant has just been sentenced to 15 days in prison and a €2,800 fine for trafficking in an illegal commodity.
Two suspects are taken to hospital with gunshot wounds while two others are injured when their car crashes
'I was pushed up against wall and one of the policemen pulled at my leg...I felt completely humiliated'