The 28-year-old, who was jailed after the June 10 trial, pleads guilty to his detention, but denies other sentences imposed on him by the Valence Correctional Court, according to the same source, Radio France Blue Dream, which confirmed the information.
18 months imprisonment, 14 months suspension, with a full guarantee, the court firmly barred him from engaging in public service, a five-year ban on possession of a weapon and three years of civil, civil and family rights. Damien Thorrell was assigned a job or training duty.
The prosecution, which sought an 18-month prison sentence at trial, filed an accidental appeal (in response to the defendant’s appeal), saying the appellate court had not set a date for this new trial.
On June 8, on the sidelines of Emmanuel Macron’s visit to the Dane-El Hermitage, this medieval activist attacked the President in the face with the slogan “Montjoy Saint-Denis”, which caused considerable opposition within the political class.
Appearing two days after the facts were completed, this unemployed man from the RSA recognized his anchor on the right side of the political spectrum.
When Emmanuel Macron approached him he made a “provocative” gesture, realizing that he had traveled “with a sense of injustice” because its voice could no longer be heard “because it was so close to the yellow robes”.
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