Summary for 73 suspects after violence in the ‘yellow shirts’protest in Paris

Seventy-three suspects of the violence that this past weekend took place in the wake of the movement of the so-called ‘cardigans jaunes’ in Paris, Monday, in summary proceedings before the criminal court in Paris sued. That turns out new balance sheet of the public prosecutor of Paris.

At the moment that the public prosecutor’s office was informed Monday night, were 163 adults put at the disposal of the public prosecutor of Paris. Fifty others would later in the evening to follow.

Of the 163 suspects who have already brought up, there were 73 referred to the court in summary proceedings. Various suspects will be at a later date tried to be, others were released or sentenced and even prison sentences. The sessions go on Tuesday to continue.

Last weekend, a total of 370 persons taken into custody. Among those arrested were 34 minors, according to the new balance sheet of the parquet. Of the adults, there are 122 released without being prosecuted.

Three months in prison

Two cardigans jaunes ” those arrested were in the south of France, in Puy-en-Velay, where the office of the prefecture was fired, Monday and then again in summary proceedings was sentenced to three months effective prison. A third suspect will appear on January 7 for the right. The two convicts are both guilty of violence with aggravating circumstances, one of them for attempted corruption. What the three have done exactly, said the prefecture.

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