Police quiz french bank fraud suspect
A Fr바카라ench court ordered Mr Prudhomme not to contact the bank’s executive, Michel Bonnaud, on Friday amid accusations he lied to investigators and was seeking “revenge”.
Crown prosecutor Francois-Alexandre Desjardins told reporters he believed the allegations by Mr Bonnaud’s wife, Jocelyne, against him.
Investigators have asked prosecutors for his phone records but say he does not have a mobile phone, a statement from the prosecutor’s office said.
“I don’t think there’s any other way of revealing this and revealing this,” a source close to the inquiry told AFP.
Mr Bonnaud is thought to have sent texts between November 2011 and December 2012, when he was arrested and charged with attempting to commi카지노 사이트t fraud.
The French prosecutor’s office has said they cannot comment on the case due to its ongoing probe.
The court ruled that if police contacted him, Mr Prudhomme must not go to Mr Bonnaud in France.
He will be informed by the prosecutors that he has been formally charged and will face the possibility of jail time, the court was told.
French President Francois Hollande has promised a full investigation.
The French central bank confirmed Mr Prudhomme바카라 was arrested for attempting to commit financial fraud in late November on a request from its finance committee and the French Financial Crimes Bureau (Bibliothèque nationale de la garantie fonctionnelle).
If convicted he faces a jail sentence of up to five years.
Mr Prudhomme’s lawyer, Nicolas Proulx, said there was not sufficient evidence against him to seek a trial.
The accused says he wanted to help his parents, who are elderly, by helping him retire.
They say he is looking forward to meeting President Francois Hollande on January 20th.