Camp Besson (named after immigration minister)
But it is the local support that is the real story. 52 of the migrants were taken to Coquelles and 28 detained at the National Police station in Liévin. The later were released that afternoon, collected by volunteers and taken back to Angres. At 6pm there was a town meeting at which it was decided to set up a camp outside the town hall to house the 28 Vietnamese and 7 others who were found wandering around after the camp’s destruction. Volunteers stayed in the camp overnight as the old camp had been attacked on the previous Friday night and a couple of migrants beaten up.
Check out http://www.politis62.org/index.php?title=Camp_de_migrants_sur_la_place_d’Angres
THE 52 DETAINED AT COQUELLES (near Calais) ARE THREATENED WITH DEPORTATION, CIMADE AND OTHERS ARE ORGANISNING THEIR LEGAL SUPPORT – and looking for interpreter…as the one they have cannot cope with so many cases.
Vidéo de France 3 sur le démantèlement du camp d’Angres