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Rédouane Ikil, the manager of a branch at France's postal bank, was accused of being involved in the robbery of two branches and spent three years on remand. Earlier this summer Ikil was acquitted of all charges but his long legal and personal nightmare is still not over: now his employers the French post office La Poste have begun proceedings to dismiss him. Michaël Hajdenberg reports.
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