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World Corsica: Four new indictments for the murder, by mistake, of a pensioner

15:45  22 september  2020
15:45  22 september  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Pre-trial detention was requested for two of the indicted

INVESTIGATION - Pre-trial detention was requested for two of the accused under examination

Four men were presented on Monday before an examining magistrate at Marseille with a view to being indicted for "criminal association", in the investigation into the murder in August 2018 of a retiree probably killed by mistake in Corsica , we learned from the prosecution. In this murder, four men have already been indicted in December 2019 including three for "organized gang murder" by a judge of the Specialized Interregional Jurisdiction of Marseille (Jirs), competent in matters of serious organized crime and in charge of this matter.

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Or, conversely, perhaps this new list is erroneously counting indictments that aren’t for the current year. In any case, at this stage, there is nothing substantial that (I have seen) to Our mission here is to curate (share) articles and information that we feel is important for the evolution of consciousness.

From 10/30/2017 thru 01/31/2020, 147.960 sealed indictments set up from United States Federal District Criminal Courts, (142.272 as of 12/31/19 ie An indictment which can target several people or one person who can end up on several acts, the number of people concerned is therefore much

Last week, "a second wave of arrests" was made by the regional directorate of the judicial police of Ajaccio allowing "the placement in police custody of seven men suspected of being in connection with the supply of logistical means to the main perpetrators of this assassination, ”said Marseille prosecutor Dominique Laurens on Monday.

Among these seven people, four were presented, Monday, with a view to being "indicted for the heads of criminal associations with a view to the commission of a crime of intentional homicide with premeditation in an organized gang, criminal association with a view to crimes and misdemeanors in this case concealment in an organized band of theft, destruction of property by fire in an organized band ”, specifies the prosecutor.

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Corsica , with its strong indigenous culture and language, closer to the Italians who ruled it for centuries than to the French, has always had an ambivalent Corsicans will likely vote for the nationalists, “but they won’t vote for independence until they are assured of material stability,” said Mr. Talamoni, a

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Remand in custody has been requested for two of them, she added. The magistrate also indicated that "in one of these men, six rifles and a lot of ammunition were found in incidental seizure", leading to prosecution.

On August 23, 2018 at around 6 a.m., Jean Livrelli, a retired completely unknown to the police, was joining his beaten team for a hunting party when he was killed by several shots on the road to Val d'Ese , above the village of Bastelica (Corse-du-Sud) in an "ambush" set "by at least two men", had indicated Eric Bouillard, the public prosecutor in Ajaccio, at the time of the facts. Very quickly, the trail of the "mistake" had been put forward by the prosecutor: the pensioner would have been killed by mistake, instead of someone else, a man who was traveling with a vehicle similar to that of the victim. and which is presented as close to organized crime.

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