Protesters gathered in Beaumont-sur-Oise, on Saturday, on the two year anniversary of the death of Adama Traore, to show support for his family and demand a speeding up of the investigation. Marching under the banner 'Justice for Adama', many protesters held banners and chanted slogans, protesting against Traore's death. Traore died in police custody in July 2016, after he was arrested while... Еще riding his bike with his brother. According to reports, he died having been transferred to the police station, after already complaining of difficulty breathing. The young man's family are still seeking an inquiry into how Traore died. His sister, Assa, who attended the protest in Beaumont-sur-Oise, strongly criticised the delays in the investigation. «Today we're denouncing this denial of justice, we're denouncing the Paris public prosecutor's office, the Paris judges, who have the power to do what they will in the case of my brother, to do it all, and that is inexcusable,» Assa said.