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French undercover cops single out a protester in Nantes on November 1st, then beat him
Protests continue to spread across France following the murder of 21-year-old environmental activist Remi Fraisse late last month. Despite the French government stating that concussion grenades would no longer be used against protesters, French security forces have continued firing them, along with large quantities of tear gas and rubber bullets.

Video evidence of agents provocateurs at several protests suggest the wave of mass demonstrations breaking out across Europe are being turned violent by state-sponsored groups like 'Black Bloc'. Sott.net's Joe Quinn spoke with PressTV to explain why the state likes its dissenters violent.