Why the prosecution requested firm imprisonment for the five defendants in the Laporte-Altrad case

At the sunset of this trial, the sky has just fallen on the heads of the defendants in room 2.12. Arms crossed, face flushed, Bernard Laporte seems paralyzed by what he has just heard. At the very end of a two-voice indictment that lasted more than three hours, the PNF prosecutors, Céline Guillet and François-Xavier Dulin, asked to meet him, as for Mohed Altrad, three years in prison, including one firm, as well as a two-year ban from holding any position, even voluntary, in connection with rugby, and from managing a commercial company. The PNF combined these prohibitions with a provisional execution, thus making them non-suspensive in the event of an appeal.


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