Accused of having benefited from an illicit payment from FIFA, Michel Platini was acquitted by Swiss justice on Friday. The reactions to this decision made Pierre Ménès jump.
The relief was visible on the face of Michel Platini this Friday, when he left the criminal court in Bellinzona. Implicated following a payment of 1.9 million euros received in 2011 from the former boss of FIFA, Sepp Blatter, the sixty-seven-year-old Frenchman was acquitted. Determined to continue his quest for the truth to find out who was at the origin of his legal setbacks, Michel Platini has announced his wish to continue to fight. event observer, Pierre Menes commented on the decision of the Swiss justice. And for him, it is the most complete astonishment.
It is not the court’s decision to acquit Michel Platini that the journalist does not understand, but the lack of happy reactions to greet the fact that the former UEFA boss has cleared the suspicions that weighed on him. ” Startled by the low number of reactions to the acquittal of Michel Platinihe wrote on social networks. Few comms and especially denigration. Social media justice in all its horror. »
Startled by the low number of reactions to the acquittal of Michel Platini. Few comms and especially denigration. Social media justice in all its horror
— Pierre Menes (@PierreMenes) July 8, 2022
Menes knows the music
An observation that Pierre Ménès has already been able to make for his own personal case, he who is regularly abused on these famous social networks, a place of stress relief for many often anonymous users. Pointed out at the time of the broadcast on Canal + of the documentary by Marie Portolano and Guillaume Priou ” I’m not a bitch, I’m a journalist“, the former Canal Football Club had suffered a real surge of hate on the web. The thing continues moreover more moderately for him, but could start again more beautiful when will take place his sexual assault trial scheduled for March 8, 2023.