The deputy of the 5e Loire-Atlantique constituency, contacted by telephone Luc Geismar (MoDem) tells us about the night and morning he spent at Sandrine Josso’s bedside on Wednesday November 15. He returns to his uncertainties, his doubts, then his change of conviction, without ever mentioning Joël Guerriau by name (still presumed innocent), just talking about the “senator”.
“Sandrine called me, but I did not immediately receive her message because I was at a dinner with the GHR (Hotel and Catering Group). It wasn’t until 10 or 15 minutes later that I realized it. So I left the table and called her. I got it straight away. I felt sluggish. She had difficulty articulating, speaking. She told me that someone had put something in her drink and she was very positive. I tried to reassure her. She also told me that two colleagues had taken care of her when she got out of the taxi to take her to the conference room (at the Assembly, editor’s note) where she had been taken care of. I thought maybe she had had a stroke or a ruptured aneurysm. But it was something serious in any case. Because I hadn’t spoken with the usual Sandrine. »
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