Offbeat The Court of Appeal Extensions Two Yellow Vests After Flying Objects to Fouquet's
Theft of objects when sacking the Fouquet's: dispense of trouble calling for two "yellow vests"
The Paris Court of Appeal pronounced Monday an exemption of sentence for a couple of "yellow vests" in the case From the flight of forks and a stool to the Fouquet's, during his rampage in March 2019.
sentenced first Instance for the theft of objects during the ramping of the Fouquet's, a couple of yellow vests was punished by the Paris Court of Appeal.
The Paris Court of Appeal delivered Monday 14th An exemption of sentence forin the case of theft of forks and a stool to the famous restaurant Le Fouquet's, during his .
The couple had been sentenced in the first instance in December 2019 to one month in prison with the judicial court of Paris. It will nevertheless have to pay a symbolic euro of damages to the Fouquet's, civil part.
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This decision is extremely satisfactory, reacted to the AFP counsel, Aié Alimi. We simply regret that they had to suffer all that, he added, highlighting the procedural fragility of the file, nearly three years after the facts.
They had challenged the facts
at the hearing on November 15, 2019, these two yellow vests had contested having stolen these objects, five forks and a pouf, affirming them recovered with the agreement of a vigil of the establishment.
The parquet was then required four months of suspended prison and 70 hours of work of general interest.
On March 16, 2019, Amber, 31-year-old caregiver, and Franck, 43-year-old SNCF agent had come from Tours to protest in Paris. The day had been marked by significant degradation and violence on the Champs-Élysées.
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