By Florence Cassez
L’affaire Florence Cassez concerne le style d'une ressortissante française, Florence Cassez, arrêtée au Mexique en 2005. Accusée d'enlèvement, séquestration, délinquance organisée et ownership d'armes à feu et de munitions à l'usage exclusif des forces armées, elle est condamnée à ninety six ans de criminal par l. a. justice de ce can pay en 2008 (peine réduite en appel en 2009 à 60 ans de prison). Florence Cassez est libérée le 23 janvier 2013, à l. a. suite de l'annulation de sa condamnation par los angeles Cour suprême du Mexique.
Les déboires judiciaires de los angeles française avaient suscité une très vive émotion au sein d'une partie de l'opinion publique française, ainsi qu'une polémique entre los angeles France et le Mexique : l'attitude et les interventions publiques de personnalités politiques françaises, au top-rated rang desquelles l'ancien président de los angeles République, Nicolas Sarkozy, avaient été critiquées en retour par une partie de los angeles société civile et des responsables politiques mexicains.
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A l'ombre de ma vie : Prisonnière de l'Etat Mexicain by Florence Cassez