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Le commandant de la garde présidentielle condamné à 16 ans de prison

Une cour martiale a condamné à 16 ans de prison avec travaux forcés l'ancien commandant de la garde présidentielle de Gambie, le lieutenant Landing Sanneh.

Vendredi, la cour a jugé M. Sanneh coupable d'avoir comploter pour renverser le gouvernement du président Yahyah Jammeh en janvier 2000, a informé lundi 'The Independent', un quotidien de Banjul. M. Sanneh avait d'abord comparu devant un tribunal civil, qui avait classé l'affaire après que l'Etat ait retiré sa plainte. Le gouvernement l'avait interpellé à nouveau et déféré devant une cour militaire. M. Sanneh, considéré loyal à M. Jammeh avant son arrestation, peut faire appel.



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