A new attack against Cyril Hanouna… For the past few days, the host of TPMP been the subject of numerous criticisms, in particular after having “celebrated” the hearings of the daily C8 the day after a program in which the murder of Lola was mainly addressed. But what the host’s detractors mainly criticize is that he is asking for an acceleration of justice against Dahbia B., the alleged murderer of the girl, in defiance of any rule of instruction.
This gives rise to a vitriolic tackle from Sophia Aram who does not carry Cyril Hanouna in her heart and vice versa. On France Inter, she had also deplored the “party” given for the good hearings and the opinion of the host given on this affair. To respond to his attack, he decided to invite a former examining magistrate on October 24, who had notably guaranteed him “only in accordance with freedom of expression”and because he had not insulted anyone, he had the “right to share such opinions on television”.
“It’s called terror”
Blessed bread for the columnist of France Inter who was quick to respond to him on social networks. “A former examining magistrate coming to TPMP to forbid me to contradict Cyril Hanouna, in the name of the freedom of expression guaranteed by ‘article 100’ of the constitution… which only has 89. Me I say congratulations calf”she let go.
This Wednesday, October 26, it is an ex-boss of TF1 which seems to go along with Sophia Aram and give her the reasons. “He lost control! No, but things have to be said!”initially rocked Xavier Couture on the airwaves of RTL before deploring: “They also celebrated the next day a tremendous audience in an obscenity … I pity him Cyril, he is a victim of his system”. The ex-boss did not stop there and added a layer of it by explaining that if we followed the system mentioned by the facilitator “Under the rule of law, life would be hell. But do you realize the absurdity of what he just said? The culprit, murderer or murderer, has no right to defense? It’s called terror.”