(ANSA) – PARIS, NOV 28 – The French company Nexa Technologies has been placed under investigation in Paris for “complicity in acts of torture and forced disappearances” on charges of having sold computer surveillance equipment to the Egyptian regime that would have allowed to track down the opponents. The AFP learned this from a source close to the case.
The ruling of the judge for preliminary investigations, responsible for the investigations, dates back to October 12, about four months after those issued against four executives of the company, according to AFP sources. Nexa Technologies attorney, François Zimeray, declined to comment.
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