On April 15, the Paris Circuit Court sentenced the three perpetrators of the 2004 bomb attack on the French military camp in Côte d’Ivoire to life imprisonment, resulting in the death of 9 soldiers. The three defendants were tried in their absence. As for sponsors, research is at a standstill.
analysis. Not surprisingly, the Paris Circuit Court, which specializes in military affairs, was disbanded in 2012 and became the heir to the military court. On April 15 (Thursday), three defendants were convicted of blowing up military bases and sentenced to life imprisonment. . On November 6, 2004, 9 French soldiers of the “Unicorn” peacekeeping operation were killed (an American civilian evaded French military influence). 38 others were injured.
Two Ivorian pilots Ange Magloire Gnanduillet Attualy and Patrice Oueï and Belarusian mercenary pilot Yury Sushkin were convicted of murder. Except for miracles, they will never serve their sentence.After being sentenced “Criminal Default Procedure”That is to say, if they are not in the defendant box, they must be tried again if they are to be arrested. ” Unfortunately, [cette] Possibility is low”I apologize for this. Especially since Ange Magloire Gnanduillet Attualy passed away a few years ago. Since 2007, Patrice Oueï has been protected by the Ivorian Amnesty Law. As for the Belarusian mercenary, except for his tobacco shop, what is little known is that it is hard to imagine getting help. Under the auspices of the dictator Alexander Lukashenko, the country’s judicial authorities have never cooperated with French judges during the 16 years of investigations.
The verdict explained that these three people-the second Belarusian pilot, nicknamed “blond”, Never determined-wanted “Cause as many deaths as possible (…) Through the use of particularly lethal weapons”. In this case, a Russian-made 57mm rocket launched by Sukhoï Su-25- “Chemically pure premeditated expression”According to Jean-Christophe Muller. The bomb destroyed French soldiers deployed under the authorization of the United Nations, “The Power of Justice” Since 2002, the rebels have controlled the northern part of Côte d’Ivoire.
The court is established “As claimed by some senior officials in Ivory Coast, it is certain that these actions were deliberate and not accidental or caused by major mistakes.”. The special court composed of five professional magistrates without jurors also pointed out that at the hearing held in Abidjan, “The two Ivorians never claimed to behave in accordance with the hierarchy”. The court then removed President Laurent Gbagbo, the supreme leader of the Ivorian army.
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