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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PIERRE PRATABUY AND CAMILLE BOUISSOU (From LtoR) Alonzo, Soprano and Vincenzo of French rap band 'Psy4 de la rime' pose on February 6, 2013 at a recording studio in Marseille, southern France. 'Psy4 de la rime' rap band features Marseille police corruption scandal from late 2012, involving officers of the Anti Criminal Brigade (BAC) in northern Marseille, in its latest video clip entitled 'Crise de nerfs' (Nervous Breakdown), mixing TV culture and tpoical issues. Most of the officers who have been charged or suspended were arrested in early October 2012 following the discovery of cash and drugs hidden above a false ceiling in their office, and were suspected of routinely stealing drugs and cash from dealers and of holding on to cigarettes confiscated from illicit sellers. AFP PHOTO / BORIS HORVAT (Photo credit should read BORIS HORVAT/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY PIERRE PRATABUY AND CAMILLE BOUISSOU (From LtoR) Alonzo, Soprano and Vincenzo of French rap band 'Psy4 de la rime' pose on February 6, 2013 at a recording studio in Marseille, southern France. 'Psy4 de la rime' rap band features Marseille police corruption scandal from late 2012, involving officers of the Anti Criminal Brigade (BAC) in northern Marseille, in its latest video clip entitled 'Crise de nerfs' (Nervous Breakdown), mixing TV culture and tpoical issues. Most of the officers who have been charged or suspended were arrested in early October 2012 following the discovery of cash and drugs hidden above a false ceiling in their office, and were suspected of routinely stealing drugs and cash from dealers and of holding on to cigarettes confiscated from illicit sellers. AFP PHOTO / BORIS HORVAT (Photo credit should read BORIS HORVAT/AFP/Getty Images)
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