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FRANCE-TRIAL/SCANDAL
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September 29, 2009
Herve Temime, lawyer of Polish-born film director Roman Polanski arrives for the trial, dubbed the "Clearstream...
Paris, France
Herve Temime, lawyer of Polish-born film director Roman Polanski arrives for the trial, dubbed the "Clearstream...
Herve Temime, lawyer of Polish-born film director Roman Polanski arrives for the trial, dubbed the "Clearstream Affair", at the courthouse in Paris on September 29, 2009. France's political elite rallied to the defence of Roman Polanski on Sunday, calling on Switzerland to free the 76-year-old film director rather than extradite him to the United States. Artists and film makers also urged the release of Polanski, who faces charges of having sex with a girl of 13 in 1977, accusing Switzerland of being overzealous in pursuing such an old case and bowing to U.S. demands. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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