Arrest: Virginie de Araujo Recchia
Re: the persecution of a lawyer who dared to exercise her Right to Free Speech & Resistance to challenge the government
On Tuesday, 3/22/2022, French Attorney at Law Virginie de Araujo Recchia was arrested in front of her children by French police.
She came out of police custody on March 24 and confided her feelings to us through an official statement, in which she emphasized that:
“When I left police custody, I was not prosecuted, I was not indicted …
Wouldn’t it have been simpler to summon me than to take me in front of my children
and keep me in custody in deplorable conditions, knowing that, in the end, it was only a matter of obtaining information,
since I am not accused of anything?
What about the presumption of innocence?
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