"Pierre De Bosquet De Florian", the head of France's security service, said that Maryam Rajavi will be trialed in France due
"Pierre De Bosquet De Florian", the head of France's security service, said that Maryam Rajavi will be trialed in France due to having relationship with terrorist groups. In an interview with Le Monde he said that anti-terrorist judge released Maryam Rajavi and 10 other members of MKO on bail but the case is ongoing. He said the police operation was legal adding that the members of this group were arrested because they had financed some terrorist groups. The head of security service added that the money found in MKO headquarters in Paris (8000000 dollars) wasn't a little amount of money. He said the police is now working on 200 computers which police has confiscated from MKO houses. French Judiciary has announced that Maryam Rajavi and ten other members of the group are going to be trialed on tomorrow. Maryam Rajavi was arrested on 17 June along with 165 other members of MKO in Paris. The prosecutor has complained about this group by the anti-terrorist judge of France.

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