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mercoledì 8 ottobre 2014

Khalifa was sentenced to 5 years in prison

According to http://leconews.com/,


For bankruptcy, concealment of assets of his group, Abdelmoumène Khalifa has been sentenced in absentia by the court in Nanterre to five years in prison and a fine of 375,000 euros.

  Judged for the crime of misdemeanor organized looting his company before its liquidation, the former Golden boy, extradited from London in December 2013 and detained at the El-Harrach prison pending his trial programming by the Criminal Court Blida was convicted of having "emptied his business of some of its most significant assets, including luxury cars, apartments in the beautiful heart of Paris and Cannes property of € 35 million. A villa sold for half the price. A sumptuous building where he organized lavish receptions. There has also celebrated the sponsorship of Olympique Marseille.
Just knowing he was incarcerated in his country and that it can in no way extradite the Nanterre court may still French criminal procedure by issuing a warrant of arrest against him.
In Algeria, the trial of the son of the Malagasy Khalifa Laroussi is not yet scheduled. According to the Minister of Justice and Keeper of the Seals, the statement continues normally, according to the procedure. "There will be public", stated Tayeb Louh like to cut all rumors about a possible appearance of the accused in camera.
Recall that every appeal he lodged with the Supreme Court, immediately after his extradition were rejected. So it will appear in a new trial because the procedure in absentia is void. The criminal court of Blida resume the case from the beginning by calling all actors, at least those who are still alive, who appeared in 2007, however, nothing was known about those people, or rather senior State on or not, which have benefited from immunity from jurisdiction and should be, therefore, heard by the Supreme Court.