Monday, August 24, 2009

Chirac, the assassin released from custody

Paris - far-right activist Maxim Brynner, who in 2002. was made to assassinate the French President Jacques Chirac, was released from prison after seven years.
Briner was sentenced to ten years in prison for attempted murder Chirac, on a military parade on the Champs Elysées, but was released with court supervision for three years before the expiration of the sentence, AP reports, quoting sources in the French judiciary. He was shot at Chirac rifle that was hidden in a guitar case, after which he tried to commit suicide, but it is in fact prevent security. According to French legislation, it is possible to release prisoners before they served the entire sentence, if certain conditions are met for this.

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