In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Aurore ends up cornering the concealer of the crow, Nordine makes a shocking discovery. At the same time, a new embarrassing scene between Samuel and Victoire strongly annoys Alma.
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Monday, December 20 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
Jack files a complaint and Aurora tries to corner the Raven’s Receiver
Even though she knows it will take a lot of courage, Audrey convinces Jack to press charges. She makes her son understand that he must not be afraid and that he must prevent his attackers from making other victims.
Jack therefore goes to the police station with his mother and explains to Aurore and Georges that he thinks that his attackers are older and that they are not educated at Agnès Varda high school. Georges asks Jack to give him his cell phone so he can analyze his messages and try to trace them back to the people who have harmed him. Audrey has the impression that the police are taking this whole affair lightly, but Aurore assures her that they have a lead and that they will do their best.
Later, Aurore exposes her theory to the prosecutor Sébastien Perraud: she thinks that the attackers are the accomplices of the crow, who would be a high school student. She adds that the receiver who sold the computer to the crow canceled the meeting scheduled for this morning. He is certainly suspicious. But Aurore promises that they will not let go. This reassures Sébastien, who wants to avoid a tragedy at all costs.
At the Spoon, Camille joins Jordan, Jahia, Angie, and Lina, and offers them to launch two hashtags (#JeSuisJack and #StopHomophobia) to help and support their comrade. Lina thinks it’s a little easy since it was Camille who started this whole thing, but Angie feels just as responsible. She therefore decides to follow Camille’s advice and launches the movement with a first hashtag.
Maud goes to the Roussels to check on Jack. The latter is happy to see her. The two friends hug and apologize to each other for their recent behavior. They are happy to see that their friendship is stronger than anything and promise to never mess with each other again.
At the police station, Georges has no good news for Aurore: the analyzes of Jack’s phone have given nothing. The anonymous messages the teenager received were sent from a web application and cannot be traced. As for the PTS police, they also found nothing at the scene of the attack.
Fortunately, Roxane managed to get a new meeting with Henri Pottier, the famous receiver, in an hour by making her believe under a new nickname that she needed a tablet urgently and that she was ready to pay. more.
In the evening, Aurore goes to the place indicated to try to corner the receiver. After half an hour, she thinks he won’t come and is about to leave when Sara, in a hideout nearby, warns her that a man is approaching her. The individual in question bends down to retrieve the envelope but Aurore ends up calling him out and discovers that it is Nathan!
Nordine makes a shocking discovery
Against all expectations, Nordine recovered the DNA sample of Martin that he had thrown away and went to the end of his process. However, he cannot open the envelope that contains the test results, but Sara encourages him. The young cop starts off and discovers that the probability of relationship is 99%. Martin is indeed his father. Nordine is very moved and does not know what to do. But for Sara, he didn’t do it all for nothing. He needs to talk to Martin about it. And Sara even helps her practice breaking the news to the commander.
Nordine ends up taking her courage in both hands and goes to Martin’s office to tell him the truth. But Martin receives a call from Virginia and must leave immediately to join her at the Spoon. Before leaving the room, he calls Nordine “my big one”, which does not fail to make the young policeman smile.
At the Spoon, Virginie announces to Martin that she decided at the last minute to spend Christmas Eve in Lyon with Jules. It would be the opportunity to meet his new girlfriend. She would like Martin to come with her, but the commander cannot. He is on call the next day. Martin does not appreciate being presented with a fait accompli, when he had planned everything and had reserved a good table in a restaurant for the evening of the 24th.
Back at the police station, Martin realizes that there was a problem in the planning and that, if he had not canceled his reservation following his disagreement with …