Rohff will appeal his sentence to five years in prison for violence

Rohff will appeal after being sentenced to five years in prison for violence by the Paris Criminal Court.

This Friday, October 27, Rohff was sentenced to five years in prison for aggravated violence for the attack in 2014 of the Booba shop in Paris. An episode in which he had beaten sellers of the sign. The rapper has decided to appeal as announced Thursday, November 2, his lawyer to AFP. “We will appeal,” said Malika Ibazatene. At the material time, Rohff and Booba were regularly discharging through interposed screens. This episode had marked the climax of their quarrel. Rohff had entered an Ünkut shop, a clothing brand founded by rapper Booba in Châtelet, accompanied by several men. They had attacked several vendors in the shop, one of whom had been assaulted and left in critical condition. Another employee was stunned with one of the crates. The attack was entirely filmed by surveillance cameras present on the scene, leaving no doubt about the course of events.

A few hours later, Rohff introduced himself to the police to acknowledge the facts. The Paris court sentenced him to 5 years in prison did not listen to the requisitions of the prosecutor who claimed four years in prison. He has already spent two months in prison and several months with an electronic bracelet after this fight. Rohff’s lawyer has tried to defend it in these terms: “We have no evidence to suggest that there was premeditation.” The telephony has not allowed to verify this thesis (premeditation). video does not allow it either. (…) My client acted out of anger, but not by premeditation. “

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