US News: Case Hélène Pastor: The son-in-law of the Monegasque billionaire sentenced to perpetuity

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Wojciech Janowski was sentenced for sponsoring the assassination of his mother-in-law and his Egyptian butler in 2014 in Nice

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the same verdict. As at first instance. This Friday, after four weeks of trial, the son-in-law of Millionaire Monegasque Hélène Pastor, Wojciech Janowski, was sentenced on appeal to the perpetual criminal imprisonment for sponsoring the assassination of his mother-in-law and his Egyptian butler. in 2014 to Nice.

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On the other hand, the Court of Appeal Assize Bouches-du-Rhône did not pronounce a security penalty the ex-Honorary Consul of Poland in Monaco, aged 72. "May Janowski plead guilty or not guilty, he is sentenced to perpetuity criminal imprisonment. So you imagine that for us, the fight is not over, "reacted his lawyer Jean-Jacques Campana by announcing an appeal in cassation.

"Justice was rendered and well rendered"

The authors of the facts, the shooter and the watchman, were also again sentenced to perpetuity. Pascal Dauriac, the former sports coach of Wojciech Janowski, saw him his reduced sentence of eight years compared to the first trial, at 22 years in prison.

The latter has always recognized his participation in the organization of the fatal watchtower and asked "forgiveness" to the families of Hélène Pastor and the Egyptian butler Mohamed Darwich during the trial. "Justice was made and well reacted," said Jean-Robert Phung, Pascal Dauriac lawyer, stating that he would not appeal.

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Finally, Omer Lohore, suspected of having played the wrestler between the watchman and the shooter, acknowledged at first instance, is this time not exposed to the court of appeal, sentenced to a six-year sentence imprisonment.

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