The young man, aged 20, indicted for the murder of a police officer on May 5 in the streets of Avignon, remains in detention.
The investigating chamber of Nîmes decided, this Friday, October 1, to confirm the order of the judge of freedoms and detention of the Cité des Papiers who had decided to leave the main suspect in pre-trial detention.
“I want to regain my freedom, a normal life. I want to be released to work with my father as a cabinetmaker, or to do training. I work”, certified on Wednesday morning during a public hearing Ilias A.
A “indecent attitude“, for the lawyer of the family of the victim police officer, Éric Masson, master Philippe Expert. The police officer was married and had two young children. The respondent refutes the entire facts to him. He affirms that he was not not present at the scene of the drama despite the testimonies, the version of his alleged accomplice, and also the location, since the terminals of the city of Avignon specify that his phone was active on the shooter’s escape route.