Canada Margaux Pinot, the appalling verdict
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"We are all deeply affected by what has just been undergoed by our Margaux Pinot team and we bring him all our support. What does it take for victims to be heard? That the aggressors are convicted? Every day of women, children, or the poorest face violence, whether physical or moral. It's intolerable, unacceptable. This fight must become a priority, the victims must be better accompanied and protected, it is a matter of life or death. Thus reacts Teddy Rine this Wednesday to the announcement of the verdict of the Bobigny court.
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A few moments earlier, Alain Schmitt, former judoka became coach and incidentally mate of Margaux Pinot, was relaxed in immediate appearance. He had been arrested alcoholized on Saturday to Sunday's night for conjugal violence alleged at the European Champion and Olympic Champion by Tokyo Games team this summer."I saw myself dying"
the day before, in the pages of the Parisian, Margaux Pinot had shared the glazing story of this evening. "I brought death. [...] If I'm still here today, it's thanks to judo. If I had dropped, it would have happened differently. There I thought, you have to kind of your apartment. At one point, I saw myself dying. [...] I have blues on the skull, face, I have a fracture on the nose. I still do medical exams because I have vertigo. I am lucky, I am solid. I do judo, my body is armed.
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The young woman publishes this Wednesday on social networks a photo of her her face tamefié, stating that the shots cashed have earned her 10 days of temporary work interruption (ITT) and deploring the relaxed pronounced in favor of Alain Schmitt. "What is their slanderous defense against my wounds, and the blood with the floor of my apartment? What was missing? Death at the end, perhaps? This is probably the judo who saved me. And my thoughts are also for those who can not say as much. The floor has already appealed.
On Saturday at Sunday, I was a victim of an aggression at my home by my companion and coach.
I was insulted, with punches,
my head was struck on the ground several times. And finally strangled.
- Margaux Pinot (@ margauxpinot2)
benzema, the verdict fell .
© provided by Sports.co.uk "KB9" is 17 goals and 8 assists this season! The image was scary to see. karim benzema leaving the lawn of the Real Sociedad in low limb, large grin of pain on the face, Saturday night at the 16th day of Liga. The legs of the legs of the left thigh certainly affected, remained to know the magnitude of the damage according to the dominaceous examinations observed. With upon arrival a verdict rather mate. "Benzema does not suffer from tearing to the hamstrings.