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His request for suspension of sentence was rejected by the sentencing chamber of the Bastia Court of Appeal.
Joseph-Thomas says "Tommy" Recco will stay in prison. His request for a medical suspension was denied on Tuesday. One of the doyens of prisoners in France, aged 86, had been sentenced to life imprisonment in 1983 for two triple murders.
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The appeal presented by Joseph-Thomas Recco, who has already madeA future cassation appeal? in the past, was rejected by the sentencing chamber of the Bastia Court of Appeal, said the public prosecutor's office before the Bastia Court of Appeal and one of his two lawyers, Me Jean-Sébastien de Casalta.
The octogenarian, born on May 10, 1934 and detained at the Borgo penitentiary center (Haute-Corse), challenged the first-instance judgment, dated December 2019, which had already rejected his request for suspension of sentence. "I will no doubt appeal to the Court of Cassation," said Jean-Sébastien de Casalta, adding that Joseph-Thomas Recco was "weakened, present with many marked affections and has (served) more than 50 years of detention".
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"On the merits, I had no illusions because he is always in the denial of the facts", has his side, said his other lawyer Alain Lhote, adding that in matters of suspension of sentence, "the jurisprudence provides that medical experts must consider that the state of health is incompatible with detention".His lawyers to seize the ECHR
Lawyers will study the possibility of seizing the"because some European countries have not known this type of detention for more than 50 years", a added Me Lhote. At the hearing on June 2, the Advocate General requested confirmation of the first instance decision. The civil parties also opposed this request for release.
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The octogenarian had been sentenced to life imprisonment in June 1983 by the Var Assize Court in Draguignan for two triples murders he has always denied: that of three cashiers from a supermarket in Béziers (Hérault) on December 22, 1979, and that of a young girl, her father and one of their neighbors, committed in Carqueiranne (Var) January 18, 1980. In 1962, he had already been sentenced to death for the murder of his godfather but, pardoned by General De Gaulle, his sentence had been commuted to life imprisonment. He had been released in 1977.
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