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Mauritius: The relatives of two dead elite police drowned during an exercise commando claim 625,000 euros in moral damages to the State




Two elite police relatives aged 22 and 23 years who drowned on September 29, 2012, during an exercise commando on the site of the Sept Cascades are demanding 625,000 euros (25 million rupees) in total to the State of Mauritius for the harm suffered.
 
At the time of the tragedy, two young recruits recently came to integrate the elite of the Mauritian police (GPIM) as relates the site lagazettedescomores.com.
 
A police investigation into possible loopholes in the supervision of the exercise, was immediately ordered.
 
And after two drownings, the lieutenant who supervised the exercise commando was sued by the Mauritian justice for manslaughter before being released by the Court of Curepipe, after the commanding officer has fulfilled bail of 10,000 rupees (250 euros) and signed an acknowledgment of debt of 50,000 rupees (1,250 euros), as related by the newspaper Le Matinal.



Fabrice François


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