Thursday, February 26, 2015

Albi farm six months to a father who threatened to kill a … – Le Point

Albi farm six months to a father who threatened to kill a … – Le Point

A parent of a student was sentenced Thursday to one year in prison, six months firm, by the Criminal Court Albi, uttering death threats against the director of the school where a teacher was murdered last July. The 35 year old man was found in immediate appearance for uttering death threats against the director of the Edouard Herriot school, where her children attend school. “If this continues, there will be a second murder in this school,” was launched including man during a stormy meeting with the director.

The court did not grant a mandate deposit, man is left free, but the pain he must accomplish is subject to a probation of two years and a duty of care. He also prohibited from approaching all schools to hold a weapon and was sentenced to pay one euro in damages and interest to the director of the institution. “I consider that the facts did not constitute an offense,” he told AFP the lawyer of the accused, Philippe Pressecq. He added that his client was appealing the judgment.

The prosecutor Claude Derens had requested a lighter sentence including “criminal coercion and the prohibition to visit some schools it is.” On Tuesday, the director of the Albigensian establishment had complained and the man was taken into custody when he went himself to the police station to file a complaint against her. “This is not the first time this father utters such threats to teachers” that he suspects “for reporting intra-family violence,” had told AFP a teacher unionist Tarn.

On July 4, the last day of the school year, a lopsided 47 year old woman was fatally stabbed Fabienne-Calmès Terral, 34, a teacher in the Albigensian establishment. The murderous had been under investigation for “murder” and detained in a prison medical service of the Toulouse region, experts have concluded that the existence of “severe mental disorders as persecutory delusions.” A silent march was attended by 4,500 people on July 7 in the school’s vicinity, three days after the tragedy tribute to the victim. The parents had rallied to support the family of the teacher, staff and the local school.


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