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Entertainment Traffic: up to two years in prison for former customs officials guilty of "drifts" with an informant

15:00  29 september  2022
15:00  29 september  2022 Source:   liberation.fr

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The case of school of loss of bearings. Five former high customs of customs were sentenced to Paris on Wednesday to prison sentences for a series of "drifts" involving a controversial informant, in a case which, according to justice, carried an "exceptional attack" to The institution. In the hope of inflating the seizures' figures, these officials called an "avoost" , Zoran Petrovic between 2011 and 2015, paid him in exchange for information and closed their eyes to SES imports of counterfeit goods.

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The former Serbian soldier, inscribed on a blacklist, thus occupied "a role as significant as devastating" despite his "proven danger" and his links with organized crime, said the president of the criminal court, Bénédicte de Perthuis, by rendering judgment. The survey also established that Zoran Petrovic had been able to import several tonnes of counterfeit coffee into France and possibly 75 tonnes of smuggling tobacco.

At the heart of this fraudulent system, the court first pinned Vincent Sauvalère, boss of the powerful Directorate of Customs Operations (DOD) from 2008 to 2014, "without whom nothing would have happened" : it is he who Recruits Zoran Petrovic in 2009 and will make it, despite his pedigree, an "Indic" of choice in the name of a "very particular design" of the interest of the service.

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Also found guilty of "Corruption" , Pascal Schmidt, former Dod chief at the port of Le Havre, had become "far too close" of his "Aviceur" , tried the court: he will thus keep in His office 800,000 euros delivered by Zoran Petrovic and will receive a rolex and a Chopart case.

To these three men, the criminal court reserved the heaviest sentence: five years in prison, two of which are farms and convertible, matching Vincent Sauvalère with a final exclusion from the public service. This file carried an "exceptional attack" like customs and leads to "to devour the whole management system of the clocks" , underlined the president Bénédicte de Perthuis, whose court went a little further than requisitions.

"Uncle" with multiple nicknames

The case had been triggered by a record seizure, and suspect, of 43 tonnes of coffee in the Paris region in 2015, behind which the investigators had ended up identifying the disorder of exchange between the DOD And Zoran Petrovic. According to the survey, this "Uncle" with multiple nicknames ("Z", "Alex", "Le Grand") certainly allowed customs to carry out 32 seizures from 2011 to 2015, but it was "Abusively" paid up to more than 400,000 euros in conditions comparable to “embezzlement of public funds” .

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"Atypical and irregular" , the payment circuit was thus "not secure and leaves a doubt about the real identity of the recipient of public funds" , said the court. Its president also judged "contrary to the interests of the State" the remuneration of a avant who puts "in danger of agents" and imports counterfeit goods.

For neglecting the alerts on these silver payments "non-compliant" , the ex-boss of the National Department of Douanier Intelligence (DNRED), Jean-Paul Garcia, was sentenced to one year in prison sentence . "His negligence confined to complacency" , criticized the president.

The successor of Vincent Sauvalère at the head of the DOD between 2014 and 2017, Erwan Guilmin, was sentenced to one year in prison, as is his former assistant Magali Noël. The court sentenced several of the defendants to pay more than 346,000 euros in damages to the State in total.

Two other defendants who did not exercise customs in the customs were also tried: one was sentenced to eighteen months in prison suspended, the second was released. This case brought the debate around the thorny management of informants by investigative services, at the heart of several recent scandals. The former boss of "Stups" François Thierry was thus indicted in 2017, suspected of having favored the drug entrance to France with the help of an "Indic".

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