The verdict was delivered in the absence of Mauritius, whose identity has not been revealed. He also received a fine of 500,000 euros, or about Rs 20 million.
A rate of 3, 500 euros paid by each underground, whose number was estimated at 574 by the border police (PAF), have reported that business about 2 million in Mauritius, reports The Figaro.fr
The PAF has opened an investigation into this matter in June 2008 based on information from Switzerland in particular. The investigation revealed that the manager was programming trips by plane to Britain or of Tunisia with a stopover in Geneva. And in the transit area of the airport Cointroin, small groups of illegal escorted by smugglers, taking advantage of the inattention or lack of police to enter the French zone.
According to French media, the Mauritian employed as couriers his own daughter, his mistress and his brother. The first was sentenced to three years in prison with 18 months suspended. The other two, which are the subject of an arrest warrant, were sentenced to three years in prison and 50,000 euros fine.