@UberFacts
UberFacts
6 months ago
In France, it's illegal to publish photographs of handcuffed suspects until they've been convicted. Doing so before a conviction is a threat to personal dignity; as they would appear to be guilty anyway.
30
458
4K

Replies

@Nige1919
A.N.C.
6 months ago
@UberFacts Bless!!
0
0
0
@YouDontKnowISH_
Ism Herm
6 months ago
@UberFacts Shiiii. G luck doing that in America. The court of social media/public opinion says you're guilty before due process lolol
0
0
30
@JaMarcusMcSween
JaMarcus McSweeneyTodd
6 months ago
@UberFacts Not a bad practice. Why not bring this to U.S.?
0
0
2
@BenFulbrook
Ben
6 months ago
@UberFacts We could do with something similar here, so its not trial by media and you are innocent until proven guilty
0
0
4
@hexbeewhy
Unknown Gun men
6 months ago
@UberFacts Lmao in Nigeria my country they will handcuff u, post ur 2 side pictures, imprison u for weeks while they continue their full investigation. Here, A suspect is a criminal.
0
2
24