They denounce the “lightness” of the magistrate, “whose consequences have been dramatic.” The father, the mother and the paternal grandparents of Agnes Marin, raped and killed in 2011 in Chambon-sur-Lignon, sent a letter to the Judicial Council, “there are three weeks,” in which they calling for sanctions against a judge who released the murderer of the girl, convicted of rape in a previous case. On 18 November 2011, the charred body of Agnes, 13, third grader in Cevennes High School, a private Chambon-sur-Lignon, was found in a nearby forest on indications of Matthew, his murderer. In addition to sexual violence, the autopsy revealed 17 stab wounds.
Matthew, then aged 17, had joined the college, which has since closed, under strict judicial control after four months in detention provisional for rape, a year before, another girl in the Gard. Citing several excerpts from the indictment of the Advocate General at the first trial in June 2013, the family of Agnes Marin believes that “this judicial review, the jurisdiction of the Judicial Protection of Youth under judicial control, has been totally neglected Once enrolled in the Cevennes Moulinas Mathieu, “stressing that the boarding was” mixed “, a choice in their” highly questionable and yet validated by the investigator. ”
“The shortcomings in the exercise of his profession of judge instruction “
In their letter, parents feel that the judge who heard the first rape case” has shown shortcomings in the exercise of the judge’s job instruction. ” “We ask the Superior Council of Magistracy to examine this issue and to pronounce against him a disciplinary sanction,” they conclude.
retried on appeal, closed last October, before the Assize Court of minors Riom (Puy-de-Dôme) for the murder Agnes Marin, Matthew, 20, was sentenced to life imprisonment, rare penalty for the minor he was at the time. Jurors had thus confirmed the verdict at trial by the Assize Court of the Puy-en-Velay, while combining it with a socio-judicial surveillance including treatment. His parents had given their son to an appeal.