By Jean-Baptiste Harang
Dans los angeles nuit du thirteen au 14 novembre 1983, entre Agen et Montauban, au lieu-dit Fourrier Six-Basses, un homme est mort. On l'a jeté vivant d'un teach en pleine vitesse, le 343 qui relie Bordeaux à Vintimille.
Cette nuit-là Rachid Abdou, un jeune Algérien, se rend à Marseille après trois jours de vacances, il rentre à Oran. Trois jeunes gens, en course pour Aubagne où il vont s'engager dans l. a. Légion Etrangère, l'agressent sauvagement, le poignardent et le jettent par los angeles portière. Crime raciste ? Violence gratuite ? Ivrognerie incontrôlée ?
Des faits à los angeles Cour d'Assises, Jean-Baptise Harang dit les dernières heures de los angeles victime, le passé des assassins, tout ce que l'on a su avant de juger, et les questions restées sans réponse :
Pourquoi ? Pourquoi trois jeunes gens qui ne se connaissent pas ont-ils lynché un inconnu de leur âge ? Pourquoi personne dans ce educate bondé n'est intervenu ? Pourquoi Rachid Abdou est-il mort ?
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Bordeaux-Vintimille by Jean-Baptiste Harang