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"It is the consecration of the principle of fraternity", commented his lawyerDECISION - "It is the consecration of the principle of fraternity", commented his lawyer
The "principle of fraternity", from whichalso played in favor of Pierre-Alain Mannoni. The 49-year-old academic from Nice, an activist for aid to has been acquitted of all the proceedings brought against him by the Lyon Court of Appeal, his lawyer announced on Wednesday.
"It is the consecration of the principle of fraternity", commented Me Maéva Binimelis, after the similar decision rendered in May in favor of
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Pierre-Alain Mannoni was tried for having transported three Eritreans from Italy, in October 2016. The 49-year-old teacher-researcher explained that he recovered them, injured, in a squat, and accommodated them one night before taking them to a station in the Alpes-Maritimes. They then had to be treated in Marseille.
Five months suspended prison sentence was requested against him on September 23. The Advocate General considered that Pierre-Alain Mannoni had "had the will to remove these three people from the state controls put in place as part of its migration policy".
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Relaxed in Nice at first instance in January 2017, the academic was then sentenced to two months in prison suspended by the Aix-en-Provence Court of Appeal and appealed to the Supreme Court. The high court quashed his conviction in December 2018, after the Constitutional Council had recognized the "principle of fraternity", and referred the case to the Lyon Court of Appeal.
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