Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Lorraine: the alleged abductor of Bérényss face justice – Le Point

Five years in jail were requested Tuesday against the alleged abductor of the little Bérényss, kidnapped for 8 hours in April 2015. An abduction alert at the national level had led to the arrest of a farmer of the Meuse. The man, approaching fifty, appeared before the Criminal Court of Briey in Meurthe-et-Moselle for “kidnapping” of the girl, 7 years old at the time.

After recalling that the exams were allowed to find “any physical harm to the respect of the child,” the judge tried in vain to understand the motivations of the kidnapper, caught in a fire questions. At the bar, gray sweater and jeans too wide, this father of three was unable to explain why he had removed Bérényss April 23, 2015 to 15 hours, while she was cycling near her home in Sancy in Meurthe-et-Moselle. “Your I do not know are exhausting,” has upset Emily Bandel, deputy prosecutor in Briey.

The maximum penalty required

“In removing it, you stole her childhood, carelessness, “said Emily Bandel, before requesting 5 years in prison, the maximum penalty, and the loss of civil rights for 10 years. For the defense, Me Caroline Pelas-Renoir acknowledged that it “expected better” as explanation from his client. She also reminded that according to the psychiatric report, his client was not “dangerous” and “was sincere in his guilt.” The judgment is expected in the late afternoon.

At the time, after having removed the girl, the farmer took him in his farm Montzéville in the Meuse , 75 kilometers away. He was released the same evening, about 23 hours, dropping it in front of a house Grandpré, in the neighboring department of the Ardennes. A doctor, living in the house, had collected and had immediately informed his parents, civil parties in the trial. The accused was confused by his DNA, found on the clothes of the girl. His genetic profile was included in the file of the investigators for only a few weeks he had been forced into a DNA sample in connection with another sexual assault complaint filed by three relatives, including two of his nephews. He will be tried for this case in Verdun on 18 March.


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