The Algerian national who died Thursday night on his way to the airport of Roissy to be expelled from the hexagon died of asphyxiation as the prosecutor of Bobigny (Seine-Saint-Denis), and not a heart attack as mentioned initially.
“According to preliminary results of the autopsy, the death was caused by asphyxia due to gastric regurgitation” has said a spokesman for the prosecutor, confirming a report in World , published this Saturday, August 23.
The man had left the Administrative Detention Centre de Vincennes (94) aboard a van Thursday at 19h. “He did a malaise arriving at Roissy airport, explained a police source. [...] Despite the aid given, he died of a heart attack.”
The man was convicted several times
The versions differ on how the transfer took place. According to a police source, the trip was “he looks” without incident; the lawyer of the victim, he evokes a highly charged environment.
A few days earlier, the man repeatedly condemned in France including theft and fraud, was vehemently opposed to a first attempt to deport; he was returned to ARC Vincennes, reports the website Parisien .