A 20-year-old young man was sentenced on Saturday to a one-month suspended prison sentence and 105 hours of community service after threatening to behead teachers and then set fire to Nancy high school where his sister is schooled.
A young man was sentenced on Saturday to a one-month suspended prison sentence and 105 hours of community service after threatening to behead teachers and then set fire to Nancy high school where his sister is educated, a we learned from a judicial source.
The accused accepted the proposed sentence
The defendant accepted the sentence proposed by the prosecution during an appearance on prior admission of guilt "for threat of death on a person entrusted with a public service mission and willful violence in a school having caused temporary incapacity for work ( ITT) less than 8 days ", said the public prosecutor of Nancy François Pérain.
A “ban on appearing” in the school establishment and “coming into contact with the victims” was also served on him by a judge, he said.
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"If something happens to my sister, I will cut off the heads of the wardens"
Thursday, after a fight between high school students, this older brother of a student presented himself "in a great state of excitement" in high school, according to François Pérain.
During an interview granted to him by the headmaster of the establishment, he threatened: "If something happens to my sister, I will cut off the heads of the supervisors, I will cut off the heads of the teachers, I will fuck fire in the bahut ".
A student hit with a punch
The young man, 20 years old and who has never been convicted, then left high school.
But realizing that he had forgotten his phone, he came back to get it, after calming down.
This is how he found the student who had attacked his sister, chased him into the toilet and punched him, resulting in a one-day ITT, according to the magistrate. .
Arrested, he had been taken into custody the same day.
This incident occurred nearly a month and a half after the beheading, on October 16, of Samuel Paty, a 47-year-old history and geography professor at a college in Yvelines where he had shown his students caricatures of Muhammad during the 'a course on freedom of expression.