The alleged perpetrator of the Université Laval will remain in jail until next week

News 24 October, 2017
  • Kathleen Frenette

    Tuesday, 24 October 2017 12:00

    Tuesday, 24 October 2017 12:10

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    Arrested last week for breach of undertaking, the alleged perpetrator of the Université Laval will be held minimally until next week since it is still “under investigation”.

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    Thierno-Oury Barry looked strangely like the young men of the universities in the us that you see in the movies when he was brought before justice Pierre Rousseau.

    Dressed in a jacket and dark pair of glasses on the tip of the nose, the young man of the original guinean man, aged 20 years did not seem to grasp the magnitude of what it meant to his presence at the Court.

    At its first release, in November 2016, her parents had had to deposit the sum of$ 10,000 to guarantee the freedom of their son and Barry was committed under signed for an amount of$5,000.

    However, subsequent to the filing of new criminal charges, for failing to comply, on the 8th of October last, his residency, and consumed alcoholic beverages, the representative of the public ministry reported that it intended to seek a revocation of bail.

    A decision that seeks to challenge the defense attorney, Geneviève Bertrand. In the Court room, she did know that she wanted to postpone to next Tuesday the investigation on the release of his client, stating, however, that this date would be a relay.

    With regard to the ongoing investigation, the prosecutor for criminal and penal prosecutions, Ms. Julie Roy, has indicated that it should have the new “today or tomorrow”.

    Recall that in October 2016, the student from guinea has been charged in connection with the 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”.