The alleged perpetrator of the UL yet

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    Thierno-Oury Barry

    Kathleen Frenette

    Friday, 20 October, 2017 13:17

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    The alleged perpetrator of the Université Laval, Thierno-Oury Barry, has again been arrested and accused of breach of condition.

    According to the act of denunciation, Barry, 20 years, would have failed to comply, on the 8th of October last, his residency, and he may have consumed alcoholic beverages, then he was forbidden to do so.

    Even before the public prosecutor opposes the release of the young man, the lawyer of the defense, Geneviève Bertrand, has mentioned to the court that it had “the understanding, in talking with the investigators” that his client was also ” the subject of an investigation in respect of another offence “, which has been confirmed by the prosecutor, Me, Julie Roy.

    Back in court Tuesday

    Barry will be back next Tuesday before the court.

    Recall that in October 2016, the student from guinea has been accused in relation to gestures of a sexual nature laid against four victims.

    Two charges also state that the young man “attempted to commit a break and enter,” while the last six speak of ” breaking and entering a dwelling house with intent to commit a criminal act “.

    Strict Conditions

    Following this first passage in the court, to be able to regain his freedom, Barry had to commit under signed, for an amount of $ 5,000, and his parents, who came from France, had also deposited the sum of $ 10,000 to guarantee the freedom of their son, who would, twenty-four hours on twenty-four, to be in the company of his father or of his mother, and this, he is at his apartment in the sector of Four-Bourgeois or that it is moving through the city.

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    He also had to report once a week at the police station in the city of Quebec, and the judge forbade him to be on the grounds of the campus of Laval University.

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