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Death of Yvan Colonna: the prison of Arles blocked after the questioning of a guard

2022-08-04T07:54:03.756Z

At the call of three unions, guards block Arles prison this Thursday morning to protest against disciplinary proceedings



“These people who write the reports behind a desk, I would like them to come to work, not for one day but for several weeks, in the shoes of a supervisor.

To see what they endure at work.

“The report of the General Inspectorate of Justice, which castigates the action of a supervisor during the homicide of the Corsican separatist Yvan Colonna does not stop making grumble the prison unions which block this Thursday morning the prison of Arles (Bouches-du-Rhône) where the prisoner died.

Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne announced last Thursday "the initiation of disciplinary proceedings" against the former director of the prison and a supervisor, after the submission of a report on the death of Yvan Colonna which concludes to "shortcomings" on their part.

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On March 2, Yvan Colonna was violently attacked in the sports hall of the central house by Franck Elong Abé, a 36-year-old man who was serving several sentences, including one of nine years for "terrorist criminal association".

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"The responsibilities are at all levels but certainly not at the bottom of the ladder"

The supervisor in charge of the wing where the Corsican separatist was located, who was serving a life sentence for the assassination of the prefect Claude Erignac, showed a "clear lack of vigilance" by remaining "without any reason away “from the place of the facts, which lasted nine minutes, concluded in particular the report of the General Inspectorate of Justice (IGJ).

Scandalous accusations, indignant Jessy Zagari, Force Ouvrière regional delegate for Corsica and the Paca region.

“I find that these criticisms are very easy on the part of people who have not seen detainees, except in a documentary”, deplores the trade unionist, quoted by franceinfo.

This Thursday morning, at the call of three unions, guards blocked the prison of Arles to protest against the disciplinary procedures announced against the agent in question.

The supervisors, some in uniform, burn pallets and tires in front of the entrance to this central house.

Banners with the names of the unions behind the protest (Ufap Unsa Justice, CGT, FO) are hung at the entrance to the prison.

The prison guards of Arles block the establishment this Thursday morning in support of one of their colleagues, singled out because he was absent during the attack on Yvan Colonna pic.twitter.com/M9LHID4L07

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“We are there in support of our unjustly accused colleague, the responsibilities are at all levels but certainly not at the bottom of the ladder.

It is inadmissible to find a scapegoat to cover up all the errors of the administration”, denounced Thomas Forner, Ufap delegate from Arles.

“He was in his sector, not gone for a walk”

"We made a prosecution report, the light was not shed on this case, it's too easy to condemn a simple supervisor for others to escape justice.

Today, all the agents on the territory feel concerned, ”continued Thomas Forner, asking for the lifting of the sanctions against the supervisor pointed out by the report.

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At Arles prison, “there is a ground floor with two wings, it could not be in the oven and in the mill.

He was in his sector, not gone for a walk.

The memorandum obliges him to make regular rounds but does not specify the time during which he must be absent or not, ”argued Thomas Forner on Tuesday when announcing the blocking action.

Source: leparis

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