I don’t know, I imagine it can help the
grieving process. But it’s curious to forbid taking pictures. Is the city trying
to hide the tragedy?
I live a few blocks from a building that
collapsed in the city center. It was November on the 5th 2018. The building literally fell on the people.
8 people died. It was before I moved to Marseille. The first time I crossed the street, I saw this huge hole between two condemned buildings. There are photos and flowers on the fence.
This tragedy is just the tip of the iceberg. I no longer believe in the city and even in the country politics at all.
Do you still vote?
April 25th 2020, Marseille.