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Un inmate who voted within the European elections in Arles, in Bouches-du-Rhône, escaped this Sunday, June 9. The detainee “benefited from a supervised exit permit” to train his civil rights, in response to a jail supply, who specifies that he fled “when leaving the polling station, when entering the vehicle” supposedly taken again to jail beneath escort.

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He wouldn’t have been handcuffed

An investigation was opened and entrusted to the Tarascon public prosecutor's workplace (Bouches-du-Rhône), confirmed a supply near the investigation, to find out the circumstances of the escape. He “was accompanied by an escort of two men in an unmarked car and was not handcuffed”, in response to a union supply interviewed by France 3, who affirms that the escapee “did not present any particular risk, which is why he had an exit authorization to exercise his civil rights”. According to Provencethe person had been in jail for a number of years and was up for launch in 2026. A file in regards to the inmate was distributed to the authorities.

The Arles jail (Bouches-du-Rhône) opened in 1991 homes folks sentenced to lengthy sentences or these presenting dangers.