Saturday, February 27, 2016

A sub-prefect jailed for theft from the national furniture – Le Point

The floor of the Puy-en-Velay (Haute-Loire) reported that a sub-prefect was charged and remanded in custody on suspicion by an investigating judge “misuse” of objects belonging the national furniture, confirming a report in newspaper Paris-Normandie .

Secretary General for regional Affairs of the Prefecture of Normandy, Hugues Malecki, civil senior officer, was arrested and presented to an investigating judge of the Puy-en-Velay, there are ten days, according to the prosecutor Jacques Louvier. The official misappropriated art objects, in this case at least one table part of the national furniture, when he was stationed at the sub-prefecture of Brioude (Haute-Loire) between 2006 and 2007.

A table “high value”

This table “high value” has “was presented in (auction house) Sotheby’s for tens of thousands of euros, “the newspaper, which confirms the judicial source. The investigation was entrusted to the Central Office for the fight against trafficking in cultural property (OCBC).

In June 2012, the former prefect of Lozère Françoise Debaisieux was sentenced to three years prison, a farm year and 40 000 euros fine for theft and misappropriation of public property. Based in Mende from 2007 to 2009, she was prosecuted for the theft of some 14 000 property, then returned. The court imposed on him a permanent disqualification from holding public office.


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