Indictment: French official stunned and injured 200 women sexually

Over 200 women have been violated by a high-ranking French officials. It takes the French public prosecutor's office, which estimates that the offences have

Indictment: French official stunned and injured 200 women sexually

Over 200 women have been violated by a high-ranking French officials. It takes the French public prosecutor's office, which estimates that the offences have

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
09 November 2019 Saturday 19:00
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Indictment: French official stunned and injured 200 women sexually

Over 200 women have been violated by a high-ranking French officials.

It takes the French public prosecutor's office, which estimates that the offences have taken place between 2009 and 2018.

the Official is accused of having befølt women, sedated them with drugs and to have taken pictures of their legs without their knowledge, writes the BBC.

A French newspaper called Libération has been in contact with five women, who believe to have been infringed. They tell that during a job interview, got offered tea or coffee and then was invited on walks in Paris.

According to the police, who put a remedy in beverages, which makes you need to urinate shortly after.

When nødtørften volunteered, took the official them to the banks of the Seine river bank and told them that he would cover for them while they peed.

- I peed on the floor almost at his feet. I was humiliated and was ashamed of me, says one of the women.

According to Libération had the magistrate put all the events into an excel spreadsheet, where he could keep track of it.

the Case has come to light after one of the more than 200 women discovered that the official took pictures of her legs under the table.

She reported him to his superiors, why the ministry reported the official to the police.

The French minister of culture, Franck Reister has stated to the radio Europe 1 that he was surprised by 'the insane case of a perverse man.'

however, There are two women who appear in the newspaper Libération, which tells us that they had reported the official to his superiors, and nothing happened.

Updated: 09.11.2019 19:00
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