Air Cocaine: 6 years in prison for the two pilots


The lawyers of the two pilots involved in drug trafficking between the Dominican Republic and France were to file an appeal yesterday against their sentence to six years in prison. A sentence also imposed on the directors of the private airline SN-THS, while the sponsor was sentenced to 18 years.

Arrived free at the Special Assize Court of Bouches-du-Rhône on April 5, 2019 in Aix-en-Provence, where their trial had started in mid-February, Bruno Odos and Pascal Fauret were arrested in Punta Cana in March 2013, at the same time as the passenger Nicolas Pisapia and the businessman Alain Castany - all denying knowing the contents of the 26 suitcases loaded in their Falcon 50, in which 700 kilos of cocaine had been found. The five judges of the court imposed a sentence of six years in prison, one year less than what the Advocate General claimed last Monday. Fabrice Alcaud and Pierre-Marc Dreyfus of the private aviation company SN-THS were also sentenced to six years in prison (seven claimed), while the organizer of the flights of the Falcon 50, Franck Colin, was inflicted the 12 years requested.

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