“You cannot be held guilty of your opinions. Me Joël Frugier, lawyer for one of the women arrested by the anti-terrorism sub-directorate was not really surprised by the outcome of his client's custody. This Spaniard was released without being subject to judicial review. “To the investigators, my client explained that she was spending her retirement peacefully in Limousin. When the police came to pick her up, she didn't quite understand. She had a very ordinary profile, ”notes the lawyer registered with the Limoges bar. Like her, the five other people arrested were able to return to their homes after their custody. The suspects, some of whom presented as militants of the ultra-left, were arrested for the fire at a relay antenna in Cars (Haute-Vienne), on January 11,and the fire of cars from Enedis in Limoges, on the night of February 11 to 12.
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The prosecutor of the Republic of Limoges, Baptiste Porcher announced in a press release that 3 people had been brought before the investigating magistrates.
Two were indicted for "destruction and degradation by dangerous means in an organized band, association of criminals and destruction of property likely to harm the interests of the nation" while the third was only the head of conspiracy.
Among the evidence gathered, the DNA of one of them was discovered at the fire sites while the second admitted the facts.
All three have been placed under judicial supervision.
"During police custody, she did not answer a word"
Jean-Paul, the school principal's companion, welcomed this outcome.
“She held the shock.
When we took her in our arms, she inevitably cracked.
But during police custody, she did not answer a word ”.
The teacher receives a judicial review with a ban on leaving the territory of the Creuse, the obligation to report to the police station every two weeks and the ban on meeting the accused.
"Tonight, we will settle down, calm and do nothing," said Jean-Paul.
“Everyone is very happy, recognizes Jérémy, one of the supporters of those in custody.
None of the accused wants to speak for the moment, each is exhausted and must come to his senses.