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Mayotte: Faleh Abdallah case, Comorian aged 52 found dead in 2011 at the premises of the gendarmerie of Pamandzi, with no further action taken




Mayotte: Faleh Abdallah case, Comorian aged 52 found dead in 2011 at the premises of the gendarmerie of Pamandzi, with no further action taken
The Faleh Abdallah case, Comorian citizen aged 52 and found dead in 2011 in a cell of the Pamandzi gendarmerie, has been classified without any action taken with a dismissal speech a few days ago by the investigating judge Marc Boehrer, as indicated in the newspaper France Mayotte.
                                                                                                                                                                       
To recap, on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 at 7:45, the nautical brigade of the gendarmerie intercepts near three nautical miles of Acoua ship of type kwassa-kwassa with 23 illegal immigrants.

The boat, which had 35 people on board at the beginning of the crossing was adrift for three days after being shipwrecked.
 
Of the 23 passengers in irregular situation and dehydrated landed at Dzaoudzi, two people were hospitalized and 21 others were placed in a cell at the police station of Pamandzi because of lack of space in the detention center (ARC) after arrest of a second-kwassa kwassa and 57 illegal immigrants.

The body of Sitti Abdallah was discovered 15 minutes after arriving at the premises of the gendarmerie of Pamandzi.
 
According to Fassiha Leda Abdou, the son of Sitti Abdallah, who filed a complaint for negligence, a medical examination would no doubt have avoid the tragedy.

"It is because of the police if she died. I want to know why they have not brought her to the hospital," said Abdou Fassiha Leda in April 2011 the newspaper France Mayotte.  



Assani Badrudin


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