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Subutex trial Mauritius: Decisive weekend for the French Aurore Gros-Coissy

Aurore Gros-Coissy, originally from Lyon, under lock and key in Mauritius since August 2011 for illegal importation of Subutex and whose trial opened early in September, will return to its last act, Thursday, September 18, 2014, with the testimonies at the helm of the French citizen and for her Mauritian co-accused, as indicated by the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.
The two women, who plead not guilty, will thus have to give their version of events before the final hearing of their lawyers.
 As a reminder, Aurore Gros-Coissy was arrested at her descent of plane in Plaisance, August 19, 2011, by officers of the anti-drug brigade, with 1,673 Subutex tablets- listed as a drug lasts on the island - concealed inside a packet of biscuits.
Since the 27 years old girl, from the bottom of her cell, proclaims her innocence, denouncing a conspiracy fomented by her ex Mauritian-boyfriend - son of the co-accused at the trial - and which would have given her the parcel as a simple gift.

Fabrice François

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