Desecration of DJ Arafat’s grave: 12 months in prison for young Diana Blé
In Côte d’Ivoire, the young Diana Blé, accused of being in front of the desecration of the tomb of the famous Ivorian singer and king of the coupé décalé Dj Arafat, on Saturday , August 31st ,2019, is sentenced to 12 months in prison, reported Friday, September 20th, 2019 Afriksoir.
Interpelled in the case of the desecration of DJ Arafat’s grave , heard and then taken to the MACA on Friday , September 6th, 2019, Diana Blé was sentenced to 12 months in prison following the trial held on Friday, September 20th, 2019 at the Plateau Court in Abidjan. Indeed, the prosecutor reacquired “12 months in prison” against the student. A requisition that was later validated by the judge. According to Afriksoir, the accused, who is defended by three lawyers, was alone. The media reports that ten other people were also arrested in the context of this case. However, only Diana Blé (also accused of publishing on social networks) was the only one to present herself before the Ivorian courts in this case.
“I’m not involved in any way in this story. I wasn’t present at the stadium or the cemetery. As a subscriber to DJ Arafat’s page, I was participating in a discussion on the same page and I saw a comment. I simply copied and pasted it two or three times on another page. I didn’t know it was going to get to that level. I apologize to everyone,” the accused explained during his arrest in a video confession. ” But her appeal for indulgence did not bear fruit, since she will have to spend 12 months in the Abidjan Correctional Facility (MACA).
For her lawyers, cited by the same source, this condemnation borders on “an example.” Therefore, they intend to appeal the judgment.