Three teenagers were detained on Wednesday for "organized gang murder" after the death of 15-year-old Kewi, stabbed at the Lilac last week. The three teenagers, aged 14 and 15, were indicted on Sunday, but had asked for time to prepare their defense regarding their detention on remand. Kewi was fatally stabbed on October 4th, at the entrance of the municipal stadium of Lilas, in Seine-Saint-Denis, under the eyes of students in PSE class. The victim, from the nearby town of Pré-Saint-Gervais and educated in Aubervilliers, was in a group of four young people who wanted the three involved in a context of "conflict between neighborhoods", according to another source close .
"The detention of my client, who is 15 years old and has no record of his criminal record, is clearly motivated by the context of gang rivalry," Antoine Van Rie, a lawyer, told AFP. the main suspect, suspected of carrying the stab wounds.
Teachers denounce persistent insecurity
On Tuesday, almost all the teachers of Marie-Curie College and Paul-Robert High School, neighbors of the scene of the attack, stopped work after the discovery of a knife near the college. College staff were to be received Wednesday by representatives of the National Education. In a statement, the teachers of Paul-Robert claimed "securing sports facilities" or "the emergency ranking of their high school violence prevention zone". They denounce persistent insecurity, one year after the death of another young, a 13-year-old schoolboy, who died in the Lilacs, after a brawl between young people from four neighboring communes.