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Six months required against an anti-Linky for the dismantling of 92 "concentrators"

2022-01-07T12:38:15.523Z

58-year-old computer scientist, Christophe M. was tried for having dismantled, during the year 2020, 92 Linky concentrators throughout Brittany.



The Rennes public prosecutor's office on Friday requested six months in prison against an anti-Linky activist who had dismantled 92 concentrators allowing the operation of these smart meters, acts he claimed in the name of "

the preservation of health

".

Read also Enedis, champion of electrical networks thanks to Linky

The correctional court put its judgment under advisement on Monday January 10 at 2:00 p.m.

"

It is not the Jean Moulin of low frequency waves, it is not the martyr of the cause

", launched the deputy prosecutor Pierre Chuchkoff in his indictment.

58-year-old computer scientist, Christophe M. was tried for having dismantled, during the year 2020, 92 Linky concentrators throughout Brittany.

These devices allow smart meters to automatically send metering readings to the Enedis electricity distributor.

"

Despite intolerance to airwaves, do you have a cell phone?

"

Dressed in a light blue jumpsuit with hood supposed to protect him from electromagnetic waves, the defendant explained that he had acted in a state of “

self-defense

”.

By dismantling the concentrators, it did not cause a power cut and did not prevent the meters from working but only cut off the transmission of information and the emission of electromagnetic waves, he explained.

It's not something that we do with a happy heart.

If I have come to this end, it is for a reason of survival

", affirmed at the bar the defendant who says"

impacted by the waves

"and lives with a disability pension.

"

It is an act of self-defense in the face of a kind of denial and oppression on life

," he added.

The defendant notably dismantled concentrators close to places where other people who were intolerant to electromagnetic waves lived.

"

Despite intolerance to airwaves, do you have a cell phone?

“Asked the president.

"

It is not the same waves as the Linky meter

", replied Christophe M. by ensuring to keep his phone in airplane mode, which the deputy prosecutor contested, who stressed that the investigators had been able to follow him thanks to the demarcation of his telephone during dismantling operations.

Enedis claimed 47,165 euros in financial damage from him.

For the defense, Me Jérôme Bouquet-Elkaïm pleaded for the release by invoking "

the state of necessity

", a concept which allows to exonerate the criminal responsibility of a person to avoid a greater damage.

Source: lefigaro

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