Police testimony undermined after conviction of French volunteer who aided migrants

By Michel Henry

Pierre Mumber, a volunteer from the French Alps who came to the aid of migrants who crossed the nearby border with Italy, was last year convicted of 'helping a foreigner enter the country'. However, an appeal hearing against the verdict has been shown video footage from an Italian journalist which undermines the police version of events that led to the conviction. Meanwhile other cases confirm that the legal clampdown on French volunteers on the border who go out in search of migrants in distress is continuing. Michel Henry reports.

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Video footage has emerged that undermines the police version of events that led to a French volunteer being convicted for helping “foreigners” enter France.