Ayoub Bouras is just 18 years old and already has a well-stocked record. At the end of December, he went to juvenile court. For four years in France, he was under an obligation to leave the territory. The minority is over. Monday, justice struck hard and sentenced this young Tunisian to 18 months in prison, a ban on French territory and carrying a weapon. The prosecutor had requested against the accused 12 months firm.
The policeman must have drawn his gun
On January 12, he was shown in the metro station Monplaisir on line D with two accomplices. He had hugged a young mother too closely with her stroller. His brother, a plainclothes policeman, who was accompanying him, asked him to move away. The tone rose until Bouras spits on the brother, hits him in the face, pushes him out of the oar, surrounds him with his friends before taking out a knife. A well-adjusted kick pushed Bouras back. The policeman had to draw his weapon and take out his professional armband to get out of this mess. “I am a nice person”, defends the defendant. The court did not believe him. He was taken into custody after the hearing.
Source: A la Une – Le Progrès | Le Progrès by www.leprogres.fr.
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