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Subutex trial Mauritius: The trial of the French Aurore Gros-Coissy in the Supreme Court ends

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 continue this weekend, to give her version of the facts alleged against her in the Supreme Court.
Aurore Gros-Coissy denies being a mule and maintains having been trapped by her ex-boyfriend, son of her Mauritian co-accused in the Court and who will also explain at the helm after the French national.
The final argument of their respective lawyers will follow. The two women plead not guilty. The judgment should be made public within a period of 21 days after the closure of the proceedings in the Court, as indicated in the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.
As a reminder, Aurore Gros-Coissy was arrested at her descent of plane in Plaisance, August 19, 2011, by officers of the antidrug brigade, with 1,673 - Subutex tablets listed as a drug on the island - concealed inside a packet of biscuits.
Since the 27 years old woman, from the bottom of her cell, proclaims her innocence, denouncing a conspiracy fomented by her Mauritian ex-boyfriend who gave her the parcel as a simple gift.

Fabrice François

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