The DPCP will not appeal from a case of sexual harassment, harassment and forcible detention of former host Eric Solville.
The DPCP conducted a comprehensive analysis of the decision made in the Eric Solville case. This verdict is based on an assessment of the credibility of the witnesses and we announce our decision not to appeal, as there is no error in the law, ”your Audrey Roy-Cloutier said on Twitter early Friday afternoon.
Solveville was acquitted on December 18 of the alleged sexual acts by plaintiff Donald Dugway, and this happened in 1993 in Radio-Canada, where two people worked.
The judge stated that he did not trust the plaintiff’s version, leaving the former host with reasonable doubt.
“Evidence does not rule out the possibility that the plaintiff fabricated the story. He does not have much respect for the truth, and distinguishes the truth from the lies very little,” Judge Alexander Dalmou declared, acquitting the fallen host, even though he did not believe the Soulvail version. .
At the time of sentencing, the Crown Prosecutor, Mr. Amelie Reward, ruled that the magistrate’s decision was highly substantiated and that he had given a detailed analysis of the evidence.
“The judge took a lot of his analysis to disassemble the plaintiff’s evidence, he should analyze every piece of evidence,” she explained.
– Michael Nguyen, in collaboration with the Journal de Montreal