After a two-week trial, the two men aged 31 and 28 suspected of having shot and killed a 36-year-old father on June 5, 2016 in Orly (Val-de-Marne), were finally acquitted for these facts, reports

Le Parisien


However, they were sentenced on Thursday to eight and six years in prison respectively for drug trafficking.

A defense-oriented investigation

During this trial, their lawyers claimed that the investigation had been subjectively oriented and that the evidence indicating the guilt of their two clients was non-existent.

Among the elements which had led to these accusations, it had been noted the presence of one of the two men in the park where the victim had been killed.

Footprints of the second had meanwhile been found on the scooter with which the killer had arrived.

So many clues that prompted the prosecutor Sylvie Kachaner to request 18 and 25 years of criminal imprisonment against the two men.

Requisitions which were ultimately not followed by the court.


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