France: 1 year in Benalla, Macron’s former trusted man


PARIS, 05 NOV – Former Elysée Mission Officer Alexandre Benalla, formerly trusted by Emmanuel Macron, was sentenced today to 3 years in prison, one without parole with the benefit of an electronic bracelet, for violence and usurpation of the police officer during the demonstration on May 1, 2018. Macron’s former close associate, 30, was also found guilty of fraudulently using his diplomatic passports after his dismissal, preparing a false document to obtain a passport of service and illegal carrying of weapons. Benalla was surprised – thanks to the shots of a video released by the French media – with a policeman’s helmet in the midst of agents while he was clubbing very young demonstrators in the heart of the Latin Quarter. (HANDLE).
(HANDLE)




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