He admits to having killed a teenager and attempted suicide at the break BFMTV.COM
one of The accused of the murder of a teenager in 2013, Sablons-sur-Isère, attempted suicide on Tuesday during his hearing at the court seat of the Rhone, in Lyon. He came to recognise for the first time the facts, after have asked his parents to leave the premises.
Yannis Varaille, aged 27, is on trial for having killed a 14 year old boy with a knife and then having it drowned in the Rhone. With the complicity of his sister, Marine Varaille (22 years old), and Anthony Shepherd (21 years), he had caught his victim, Fabian Ristic, in an ambush. The boy’s body was found the next day with a gaping wound to the neck, on the banks of the river. The three accomplices were arrested the same day and accused each other.
A problem of “decompensation”
During a break, the author of the fatal beating has attempted to put an end to his days in the cutting of veins with a razor blade from the house of stop. The guardians of the peace were able to arrive on time and have called the emergency services. His nicks are not deep, it has been able to return to the courtroom and to continue his second day of trial.
“Her suicide attempt is probably a problem of decompensation, after having kept all this to himself for years. But he is also relieved,” said Me Jallot, his lawyer AFP. The verdict of the trial is expected this Friday evening.