Pierre-Edward Decimus, one of Kassa’s creators, and an official were questioned about the group’s 40 years of irregularities in the organization of the concert.
Pierre-Edward DeCimus, one of the creators of the West Indies band and an officer were in police custody for more than 30 hours on Tuesday, Wednesday 22 and June 23, before being released without charge.
The inquest was held in December 2019 at Boy-Mahalt (Boss-Terre’s Commune), on the premises of the Regional Directorate of Judicial Police in Abyssinia, focusing on the group’s 40th anniversary.
Both were prosecuted within the framework of a preliminary investigation opened for “breach of trust, fraud” and “illegal taking of illegal interests related to Rudy Vardharas”. Les Abims and By-Mahalt).
The investigation began in October 2020 following a report by the Guadeloupe Regional Chamber of Accounts to prosecute abuses within the Zine Alice Association led by Pierre-Edward Decimes. Michael Ohio, deputy attorney general of Point-e-Pitre Republic, says searches were conducted in the context of the affair, especially within the association and at the couple’s respective homes.
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