Monday, 1 June 2015

Patience doesn't seem to be the principal quality of the accused who was appearing on Wednesday in front of the correctional tribunal for insubordination and insulting police officers. The latter accompanied him to the Palace of Justice on 20 April 2015 because he had filed an appeal against a previous judgement. But, finding the wait too long, he decided to break away and tried to enter the hearing room to see the judge immediately, who was occupied with another affair. His escort found it hard to subdue him; he made such a noise that the hearing had to be interrupted. Taken back to prison, he threatened the police: "I swear on the Koran that as soon as I got out I'm going to commit a murder". Placed in detention, he provoked a new incident, insulting the security guard and urinating in his cell.



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