Son Fabius heard in money laundering case

Son Fabius heard in money laundering case

World December 15, 2015 21:49

- The eldest son of the French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Tuesday questioned by the police in an investigation of forgery and money laundering. The police also searched his apartment in Paris, reported a source in the court.

Thomas Fabius bought in 2012 a 280 square meter apartment in Paris for seven million euros. In June 2013, the French justice began there to investigate. Separately, running since 2012 an investigation into attempted forgery. Thomas Fabius is in both cases not heard before, said a source close to him.

Father Laurent Fabius garnered much appreciation for the way he recently led the UN climate conference in Paris. There spoke last weekend nearly two hundred countries agreed to limit global warming.

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