Cell Phone Blockers Control The Transmission Of Information
The prisoner was sentenced to 14 years in prison for homicide in Perpignan prison. He wanted an acquaintance Narbonnese (Nabonnaise) to write a letter in his favor so that he could leave as soon as possible. Its modus operandi: use mobile cell phone jammer to shield. A prisoner was sentenced to 14 years in prison for murder from a prison in Perpignan. He tried to intimidate a 44-year-old Narbonne woman over the phone so that she could write him a good letter. She benefits from it. Exit early. The case started in August 2019.
The 55-year-old man called the woman’s child. He met the woman while on vacation and pretended to be a Swiss acquaintance working for Médecins Sans Frontières. In order to settle the bill with a man, he tried to manipulate her three adult children by explaining to them that the man was putting his mother on the sidewalk. But the story will degenerate.
Insults and death threats
The detainee began to call his Narbonne "friends" inappropriately from August to October. Her children made 392 calls, which means that in just three months, they insulted them and threatened them. To their death. His annoying little carousel was exposed, and he was tried and sentenced in December 2019. He put the cover back in January. This time he pretended to be the children's neighbor. Then he managed to contact his "friend" in Narbonne. He asked her to write to reconsider her previous statement in order to reduce her sentence. He also asked her to write to say that they were married.
This will enable him to obtain a settlement certificate as part of his application for parole. He became aggressive and threatening again. The woman's child happened to be very fragile and frustrated. They informed the police station that she was harassed again. After learning the facts, the guards of Perpignan Prison went to search the defendant's cell. They finally found the phone. While waiting for the lawsuit, all surrounding signals are blocked by the mobile cell phone blockers, and he will no longer be able to make calls from his mobile phone. He declined to comment on the charges against him.