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If this atrocious death can be used for something it would be this. When a human is lying on the sidewalk, so in a hurry we are, check his condition. Let's stop us for a moment. pic.twitter.com/chvunhewb

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- Michel Momponet (@momponet) January 23, 2022

The 84-year-old artist, especially known for her photographs of Flamenco dancers, wandered in the streets of Paris after having Dinner at the restaurant. Around 9 pm, he dropped at the Turbigo Street, perhaps the victim of discomfort, and finds himself on the ground unable to rise. It was thus remained in the cold for nine o'clock, in the indifference of passers-by before a homeless does not call for help.


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This editor of all my heart.

René Robert murdered on the street in Paris by the indifference of passersby.

And this question: how did we get to forget the very basis of what makes humanity?

rest in peace dear friend.

pic.twitter.com/shxspae8zi - Michel Momponet (@Momponet)

January 24, 2022 In a chronicle on the French Info channel, however, the journalist refused to cary to passers-by who did not stop asking if, in a similar situation, would have done it. He still salutes the "admirable" behavior of the homeless person who has warned the relief, "the only one to have shown humanity".

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