The Detroit Free Press has a sad story of an unknown victim who Detroit police cleverly traced to being a French street artist:
Three years ago, Bilal Berreni left France for Tunisia, where he painted images on cardboard of those who had fallen during the revolution.
He spent time in a camp on the Libyan border to paint images of refugees, and he lived for more than a month in a hut in northern Sweden, drawing and spending hours each day collecting wood to keep warm.
The young French street artist came to Detroit, too. He was here twice, but exactly what he did here still isn’t clear. But the trip he made to the city last year was his last, anywhere.
Bilal Berreni, 23, painted worldwide; why was he found shot dead in Detroit? (Detroit Free Press)