A French court sentenced two pro-migration activists to two-month suspended prison sentences after they aided Afghans crossing the border illegally.
The Gap Correctional Court sentenced the two activists, aged 28 and 31, after finding them both guilty of “assisting the entry into France of irregular persons” after the pair had aided an Afghan family crossing over from Italy on November 19th last year.
The prosecutor of the Republic of Gap, Florent Crouhy pursued the case against the activists but stated that they should not be compared to people-traffickers who “take advantage of poverty”, France Info reports.
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At the same time as the trial for the pair of activists, an appeal