In a letter to François Hollande, the three girls say they are “concerned” for the health of their mother, sentenced to ten years in prison for the murder of her violent husband. “A petition of more than 300,000 signatories has been attached to this request,” stated the lawyers.
The daughters of Jacqueline Wild, were filed on Friday at the Elysée palace for a “full grace” for their mother, according to his lawyers. This 68 year old woman had been sentenced to ten years in prison for the murder of her violent husband. “A petition of more than 300,000 signatories requesting the immediate release of their mother has been attached to this application”, stated Nathalie Tomasini and Janine Bonaggiunta. In their letter addressed to François Hollande, the three girls say they are “desperate” not to have their mother near them, “concerned for his state of health” and “fearing for his life”. They also say not “most” know “how to intervene in the face of all these lengthy procedures that do not result”.
Become a symbol of the victims of domestic violence, Jacqueline Wild was obtained on 31 January, after a strong mobilization, a with partial François Hollande, allowing him to immediately submit an application for parole, which was dismissed on appeal. After this new blow, Jacqueline Wild was waived at the end of November to lodge an appeal “, exhausted by this course of justice.”
Thanks partial “outstanding”
September 10, 2012, after more than forty-five years of calvary under the blows of her violent husband and an alcoholic, Jacqueline Wild had killed Norbert Marot, age 65, of three rifle shots in the back, in their lodge of the Saddle-sur-le-Bied, Loiret. On the eve of the killing, their son had committed suicide. At the trial, three daughters, Jacqueline Wild, testified against their father, explaining how he was raped and beaten, as was their mother. “Our father died and for me, that’s a relief,” said one of them to the bar.
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In the first instance as in appeal, Jacqueline Wild has been sentenced to ten years imprisonment. The jurors did not self-defence, which implies the proportionality of the response and the concomitant presence of the act and aggression. His conviction, however, has aroused a wave of indignation and mobilization, including from several elected officials, such as Valérie Pécresse, the president of The Republicans of the region of Île-de-France, the president of the UDI Jean-Christophe Lagarde, or the mayor socialist of Paris, Anne Hidalgo. Requested by many elected officials and by the daughters of the accused, François Hollande, “facing a situation of exceptional human”, granted to him on January 31 a with a partial, in particular of the safety period. A measure that allowed him to immediately submit an application for parole, instead of waiting several years.
Refusal of release
But on August 12, the court of enforcement of punishments (TAP) in Melun has refused to release, despite the recommendations of the public prosecutor. The court has in particular been criticized Jacqueline Wild “and not doing enough to question his act”, and believed that it could not “claim to live in close proximity to places of the facts, in an environment which, on account of the support which it enjoys and the media coverage of the facts could maintain in a position of victim”. Jacqueline Wild had made it known that she wished to, once you are free, go and live with one of her daughters, in the Loiret, fifteen miles from the murder.
After the refusal of the TAP of Melun, she had, however, proposed a new address for housing in another area. It does not, it seems, was not enough either to convince the judges. In its judgment, the court of appeal of Paris has considered that Jacqueline Wild continued “to pose as the victim, ( … ), while calling into question the element of intentionality”, that “his thinking remains poor and limited, since it is still struggling to this day to have access to a real and genuine sense of guilt.” “The company is not ready to understand the women victims of violence”, had then explained Janine Bonaggiunta, “appalled” by this announcement.
The lawyers had indicated that Jacqueline Wild and her family were willing to give up to be able to appeal in cassation, after the rejection of his application for parole. Imprisoned in the Seine-et-Marne, she has the option of filing a new application for a discharge if he or she wishes.