In Saint-Jean-d’Angély, he called for violence on Snapchat

In Saint-Jean-d’Angély, he called for violence on Snapchat
In Saint-Jean-d’Angély, he called for violence on Snapchat

“I have to get out of prison on September 25, 2025,” Théo Dallet replied to President Anissa Oumohand, this Thursday, July 4, at the Saintes judicial court. “September 2026,” corrected assessor Pierre…

“I have to get out of prison on September 25, 2025,” Théo Dallet replied to President Anissa Oumohand, this Thursday, July 4, at the Saintes judicial court. “September 2026,” corrected assessor Pierre Martello, criminal record in hand. With the two convictions he has just received, his release from detention has been postponed by another seven months: two months for an incitement to violence and five months for threats against a minor. His partner in the first case, absent on Thursday, also received a two-month sentence. With the same mocking air as last February at this same bar (theft, attempted theft, etc.), the young man, unemployed and without a lawyer, has nothing more to add at the end of the deliberations.

“Create a mess”

On June 30, 2023, three days after the death of young Nahel, shot by a police officer, riots broke out across France. That evening, Théo Dallet was in Saint-Jean-d’Angély with a friend who was then 21 years old. The latter wrote a message via the Snapchat application, in which he called for “creating trouble until the end of the night. We’re turning everything upside down. Bring back mortar. Share. Justice for Nahel.” His partner received it: “I simply shared.”

However, this simple action has serious consequences and constitutes an offence: direct provocation without follow-up to an armed gathering. “I wanted revenge against police violence, I know, it’s completely stupid,” admits the defendant, who says he regrets: “It’s a questioning morning and evening.”

“Cowardice”

Another case concerning him, threats against a minor, last January in Saint-Jean. The 15-year-old teenager filed a complaint for theft of his cell phone and identified Théo Dallet as the perpetrator. “You came across him in front of the police station, took him aside and threatened his mother, his grandfather and his little brother,” the president recounts. For this “cowardice” but also “to put a stop to the escalation of his acts”, Cécile Diard, for the public prosecutor, requested eight months. For the call to violence via Snapchat, she requested two months for each of the defendants. The court will go less.

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