Mauritius Supreme Court ordered Franklin's bank accounts to be frozen
DEFIMEDIA reported [SOURCE - https://defimedia.info/] that the Supreme Court ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of Jean Hubert Celerine, alias Franklin, as well as those held by three of his companies and eight other people, who are relatives of the resident of Rivière-Noire.
The order follows a request made by the Financial Intelligence Unit under sections 9 and 10 of the Asset Recovery Act.
The FIU has initiated an investigation for
- MONEY LAUNDERING against the named Franklin and
- For POSSESSION OF MONEY SUSPECTED of coming from illicit activities.
Jean Hubert Celerine became known to the general public after the publication of a video on social networks in which there are allegations of closeness with a senior police officer.
DEFIMEDIA couldn't get a reaction from one Franklin after the Supreme Court decision, and his lawyer, Me Yatin Varma, did not wish to react.
More details on https://defimedia.info/audio player.
The above is a translation of the original French article
SOURCE - https://defimedia.info/ = The information fell on the airwaves of RadioPlus this Tuesday afternoon
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