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Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy leaves court after prosecution requests jail term for corruption

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Nicolas Sarkozy, his former lawyer Thierry Herzog and former senior magistrate Gilbert Azibert leave court after the National Financial Prosecutor's Office issued an indictment asking for four years in prison, two of them suspended, for the three accused in the so-called "wiretapping" case. (COMPLETES VIDEOS VIDI8WQ2ZY_EN, VIDI8WP6TK_EN, VIDI8WQ3EV_EN) IMAGES

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