Sud Ouest – 11th September 2018
Bordeaux: Ten years in prison required for a mortal blow on a Jehovah’s Witness
Advocate General Pierre Nalbert has admitted an alteration of the discernment but underlines the dangerousness of the accused, tried since Monday before the Assize Court of the Gironde in Bordeaux
The day before, José Ramadann, tried since Monday before the Assize Court of the Gironde in Bordeaux and accused of having dealt a mortal blow to a septuagenarian who had installed his display of Jehovah’s Witnesses magazine near the tram stop Aubiers in Bordeaux in June 2016, “played the card of the year psychiatry” . He kept saying he was sick and good at being locked up. In a psychiatric hospital , not in prison.
“He made tons of them,” scolds General Advocate Pierre Nalbert. The magistrate recognizes an alteration of the discernment of the thirties, but also its dangerousness. It requires ten years of criminal imprisonment.
The verdict is expected this Tuesday evening.
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