Fernande Motte de Raedt, soixante ans aux côtés du crime et de la justice

Me Fernande Motte de Raedt quitte sa robe d’avocat à 86 ans et en pleine forme. Celle qui défendit Trabelsi, Haemers, Moqadem et bien d’autres livre ses souvenirs. Evocation.

Jean-Claude Matgen
20061016 - LIEGE, BELGIUM: Alleged Al-Qaeda militant, former Tusesian soccer player Nizar Trabelsi, greets his lawyer Motte De Raedt (R), as he has to appear before the correctional court in Liege, Monday 16 October 2006, for assault and battery against a prison warden in the prison of Lantin. Trabelsi is in jail with a 10-year sentence for planning a suicide attack against the military base Kleine brogel in Belgium. BELGA PHOTO MICHEL KRAKOWSKI
20061016 - LIEGE, BELGIUM: Alleged Al-Qaeda militant, former Tusesian soccer player Nizar Trabelsi, greets his lawyer Motte De Raedt (R), as he has to appear before the correctional court in Liege, Monday 16 October 2006, for assault and battery against a prison warden in the prison of Lantin. Trabelsi is in jail with a 10-year sentence for planning a suicide attack against the military base Kleine brogel in Belgium. BELGA PHOTO MICHEL KRAKOWSKI ©BELGA
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