Bataclan attack:6 months suspended sentence for a false Cameroonian victim

A young Cameroonian  lady (31 years),has made headlines within the French media for  posing as a victim of the  terror attacks of Bataclan.She was sentenced Wednesday to six months suspended sentence by a French court for fraud and false statements. The accused had demanded 10,000 € from the guarantee funds for victims of terrorism and had filed a case that included falsified medical certificates and false testimony.

 The young lady who had not been quiet long in the country, arrived  France in 2007. She claims in her case file  to have been present at the  terror attacks at Bataclan on  November 13, 2015.

In her account, the young woman said she managed to escape through a window when the terrorists were shooting indiscriminately.Tired of waiting for the transfer of the guarantee fund, the Cameroonian is used to have accused the French institution of "discrimination" .

It was during her placement in custody, that the lady admitted having fabricated everything, "i had problems, i could not pay medical bills, outstanding  unpaid rents, and i lost my job at Franprix as well. She was sentenced to six months suspended sentence.

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