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Placed in pre-trial detention for manslaughter in January 2019, MHD rapper would have contracted coronavirus in prison. A state of health that could earn him to be released soon.
It has been over a year since rappersleeps behind bars. On January 17, 2019, for manslaughter. During the night of July 5 to 6, a brawl between two rival gangs in the 10th and 19th districts of Paris resulted in the death of a young man with a stabbing weapon. A beating in which , is suspected of having participated by hitting the victim on the head. However, penal establishments are now at the center of concerns linked to the coronavirus pandemic. According to a final official report, 916 detainees are in sanitary confinement because of the Covid-19 throughout France. And MHD would not have been spared.
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MHD placed under judicial control?
According to information from, the famous interpreter of La Moula has been tested . A diagnosis that may soon require his release, as revealed by . " For the first time on Wednesday, the investigating judge issued an order for release with placement under judicial supervision. The magistrate had been seized urgently by the artist's lawyers, Masters Élise Arfi and , who argued the state of health of their client and the health risks in prison ", the daily reported on Thursday 2 April. But the Paris public prosecutor's office, which firmly opposes this decision, is said to have formulated an " referred detention ". The fate of MHD is now in the hands of the Court of Appeal, which will deliver its verdict on Wednesday 8 April.
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