"There is no recreational and festive drug. What exists, it is brains brainstormed ", was strongly annoyed the president Pascale Piera when hearing an accused justify to him his consumption of cannabis. The criminal court of Meaux was to judge this Friday, six men, aged 22 to 33 years, for a drug trafficking, organized in Lognes.
Me Thierry Benkimoun, one of the defense lawyers, has – once again – lambasted the choice of prosecutor Meaux to return the defendants in immediate appearance, after their four days in custody.
"We are taken hostage, you judges and lawyers. This is six months of investigation of the Departmental Security, gathered in two volumes, that we discover the morning of the hearing. How can we imagine that we can defend them properly? He pleaded.
A confiscated Audi A1
This is why five of the six defendants requested a time limit for their defense. The public prosecutor's office then requested the pre-trial detention of three defendants in recidivism and the judicial review for the three others. The trial was postponed until August 6th. Until that date, four defendants were imprisoned and two others placed under judicial control.
The investigators uncovered a traffic of grass and cannabis resin, bought from a wholesaler in Villiers-sur-Marne (Val-de-Marne) and then delivered by car to consumers in various places of the Lognes, such as the rue de la Maison-Rouge or the alley of Château-d'eau.
The president was also interested in the job done by several defendants, namely drivers Uber Eats. "We are a self-entrepreneur, we do not have a boss, we manage our schedules": these are the arguments of one of them to explain his choice of career.
During the searches, the police officers of the Departmental Security had got their hands on more than 35 000 € in cash, nearly two kilos of cannabis resin and 129 g of cannabis herb. An Audi A1 – used to transport the drugs – was confiscated and sealed by the investigators.
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