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Traffic of Subutex in Mauritius: The trial of the French Aurore Melanie Gros-Coissy resumes on Wednesday following the suspension discussions

The French Aurore Melanie Gros-Coissy, from Lyon, under lock and key in Mauritius since August 2011 for illegal importation of Subutex, and whose trial began last Tuesday before being suspended following an unrest on Wednesday afternoon from her co-accused Mauritian at the hearing and who was hospitalised, will be again heard at the Forum Wednesday, September 10, 2014 after the return in the box of the second accused as shown in the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.
As a reminder, Aurore Melanie Gros-Coissy, who pleads not guilty 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 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 Mauritian ex-boyfriend who would have given her the package as simple gift to give to her grandmother.
Since her arrest, Aurore Mélanie Gros-Coissy has always cooperated with the Mauritius police in connection with the inquiry.

Fabrice François

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