A railroad 24 years was sentenced Saturday, September 22, to five months in prison, two of which were suspended, for participation in an unlawful assembly armed and carry weapons during a demonstration on 15 September near the U.S. embassy in Paris. The accused, judged immediate appearance before the Paris Correctional Court did not, however, taken into custody after the hearing contrary to what the prosecutor asked: the representative of the Crown had requested a sentenced to six months in prison, three sentences. TELESCOPIC BATON In his closing, the prosecutor Ariane Amson found 'disturbing' that the young railway SNCF, which had never been before in an event comparable, took with him a telescopic baton. It was found in a bush in the garden of the Tuileries, after reporting a tourist from province to go to Heritage Days. The defendant has meanwhile said he had taken the baton 'with prevention, because he feared that Jewish extremists go to this event in order to perpetrate violence. He also said he was opposed to events because they do not meet the recommendations of the 'scholars', recommending instead a 'fatwa'. His lawyer, Raja Izem, stressed that there was no evidence he was carrying the baton at the illegal demonstration. The death penalty may still be a layout: it will return to judge the execution of sentences (JAP) of Bobigny to decide. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE PROSECUTION OF PARIS Following this event in response to an anti-Islam film, which had not been the subject of an application prefecture, the Paris prosecutor's office opened an investigation to identify the organizers.
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