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The correctional court of Nîmes (Gard) on Thursday sentenced a man to a 12-month suspended sentence, and the ban on appearing at the Pôle Emploi agency in Courbessac, and from contacting the victims, reports Eric Maurel, the prosecutor of the Republic.

He was on trial immediately for making death threats against a counselor on Monday.

The man had been arrested by the police when leaving the Pôle Emploi agency.

The police had found on him a knife and a pair of scissors, which he had not however exhibited in front of the victim, reports France 3.


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