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Mayotte: The gendarmerie officer, former head of the Regional Intervention Group of Mayotte in 2011, needs to be hospitalized for psychiatric service in France




Mayotte: The gendarmerie officer, former head of the Regional Intervention Group of Mayotte in 2011, needs to be hospitalized for psychiatric service in France
The former head of Group Intervention Regional of Mayotte (GIR), Captain Gerard Gautier, now retired, was to be heard again by the justice of Mayotte at the beginning of July. Police custody should resume where it was interrupted.
 
But the main person concerned has not taken his plane on Sunday, bound for l'île aux parfums, according Kwezi Television, and asked to be hospitalized in a psychiatric service in France.
 
Placed in custody on June 17 at the Central Directorate of Judicial Police Nanterre, in an alleged drug trafficking on l'île aux parfums, the former head of IRM of Mayotte had found freedom due to the delay of the judge to inform him of the extension of his custody.
The gendarmerie officer had chosen to be assisted in his defense by Mr. Francis Szpiner, tenor of the Paris Barreau, the second part of his custody in Mayotte.

Another member of the GIR was also expected for a resumption of custody in this case and remained in France, argued of medical home care for depression, with a medical certificate to support and this makes it impossible to examine in Mayotte.
 
As a reminder, Saturday, June 22, two members of GIR (a gendarme and a police officer) who worked in the GIR were indicted for drug trafficking, but had come out free after 96 hours in custody of the police Mamoudzou just like another policeman under assisted witness status.

According to the newspaper France Mayotte, these custody launched on rogatory Committee of the judge Hakim Karki, and the indictments that have been handed down, do not have a direct relationship with the case Roukia but could allow justice to understand the inner workings and mechanics of execution within the GIR in Mayotte in 2011.
 
The lifeless body of Roukia, aged 18 years, was discovered on January 15, 2011, half-buried in the North Mamoudzou.
The young schoolgirl died according to autopsy after a severe overdose of heroin, drug was given indirectly in the local market by agents of enforcement of Mayotte who were serving at the time of the facts in GIR, and through their Comorian indicators, named locally as "uncles".



Assani Badrudin


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