Complaint filed against three Cognac executives for ***aulting a journalist
The reporter was allegedly insulted and threatened by the club’s two presidents, Christophe Lacombe and…
The reporter was allegedly insulted and threatened by the club’s two presidents, Christophe Lacombe and Lilian Tessendier, in the performance of his duties, both in the press box during the match and at the end of the match on the pitch when collect player feedback. In particular, it would have been dealt with “poor shit” and a third person, a member of the club’s management committee, also allegedly threatened him with ” break your face “.
Kicked out of the stadium by a member of security
The leaders obviously reproached him for having published information on the critical financial situation of a club which has lost its 26 Championship matches played to date this season. The journalist was eventually expelled from the stadium by a member of security and was therefore unable to do his job. Unacceptable treatment that prompted his newspaper to file a complaint.
“Our journalist is shocked, told France Régions Armel Le Ny, the chief director of Free Charente. We don’t expect that. What is clearly annoying is that it comes from both presidents. When you have a problem with news content, there are other ways to be heard than violence. We have opened our columns wide to them. »