His calm has puzzled police. Tuesday, around 16 pm, a 41 year old man presents to the police Blosne, a popular district of Rennes. “From the outset, he announces that he has just killed his wife and that the body of the latter is in the trunk of his car,” said Thursday afternoon at a press conference the prosecutor Rennes, Thierry Pocquet of Upper Jusse.
The police are heading to the vehicle and discovered the body of the ex-wife locked in a trunk, itself placed in the back of the Twingo he has folded the rear seats. They try several resuscitation, to no avail. The man, an Algerian known to justice for acts of threats and violence towards his ex-wife, but against their two children 11 and 17 years old, arrived at the police “very calm, serene,” said the Marc Guillemois commander, deputy chief of the departmental safety. A man is as to the police with the body of his victim, “these are very rare events,” he said.
He wanted to avoid her children to see body
The man arrived in Algeria in 2001 and brought his family in 2011. His ex-wife filed for divorce in June 2012, before releasing in January 2013, but they eventually agree to a mutual divorce proceedings in 2014. Since then, the suspect so regularly went to his ex-wife, 36 years old, to see his children. Tuesday, he presented himself at her house around 10:45 am, and the discussion has degenerated. Then he released “wire rope he had brought with him, and strangled in the hallway of the apartment” at noon, said the prosecutor. There is about two hours near the body before going to buy a military-like trunk to put the body and goes to the police.
According to his statement, which remain unclear, “he reproached the victim to have a relationship, “said the prosecutor. And it would have transported the victim to the police to prevent children from being confronted with the corpse of their mother when they return from school. In accordance with the requirements of the prosecutor, the man was indicted Thursday by an investigating judge and the judge of freedoms and detention has placed him in custody. He incurs the life imprisonment.