Amougou Belinga kept in detention: military judge Florent Aimé Sikati denounces the circulation of false documents


Amougou Belinga kept in detention: military judge Florent Aimé Sikati denounces the circulation of false documents

The situation of Amougou Belinga, accused in the case of the assassination of journalist Martinez Zogo, remains uncertain. Despite provisional release documents widely shared and consulted by 237actu.com, the military judge in charge of the case mentioned the presence of forgeries in circulation. Back to the facts.

Judge orders provisional release

According to documents consulted by 237actu.com, Lieutenant-Colonel Florent Aimé Sikati II Kamwo, investigating judge of the Yaoundé military court, today ordered the provisional release of Amougou Belinga and Léopold Maxime Eko Eko, also accused in this case. The magistrate reportedly considered that the evidence was insufficient to justify their continued detention.

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Turnaround situation

However, hours after this announcement, Judge Sikati Kamwo II declared that the release documents in circulation were false. The situation remains uncertain and for the moment, Amougou Belinga and Eko Eko remain in prison.

False documents in circulation

The fact that provisional release documents have been widely shared shows the turmoil surrounding this case. Who benefits from the distribution of these false documents? A question that remains unanswered for the moment.

Where is freedom?

Faced with this turnaround, an essential question arises: where is freedom ultimately found? The detention of these two accused still appears to be ongoing, despite initial information suggesting their provisional release. This case adds to an already long list of doubts and questions surrounding legal proceedings in the country.

To be continued…

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