The alleged perpetrator of feminicide committed Saturday in Toulouse has just left the investigating judge. He was indicted for “spousal murder”. He must now go before the judge of freedoms and detention. Unless surprised, he should be imprisoned.
After 48 hours spent in police custody, the author of the feminicide committed Saturday evening in Toulouse has just left the office of the examining magistrate with his lawyer, Me Martin Vatinel. He is indicted for “murder by spouse”. He must now go before the judge of freedoms and detention who should imprison him, according to the requisitions of the prosecution. In this case, three other people were taken into police custody, including the victim’s sister. She and another man came out free, without prosecution, from the police station. Another man must be presented to the examining magistrate for an indictment for “failure to assist a person in danger”. The prosecution should request his release under judicial supervision.
Saturday evening, an alcoholic evening had degenerated in an apartment on rue Aristide-Mailhol in Toulouse. A 30-year-old man had severely beaten his company, a 23-year-old woman, mother of three children aged 6 months, 2 years and 4 years. Other people are in this accommodation. The perpetrator had finally calmed down. With his guests, he had left alone the responsible victim banged up. They had gone outside for a drink.
The next day, this man called for help to report that his company was in respiratory distress. When they arrived, he had vanished leaving his victim alone with the three children. The young mother of a family had no existence. His murderer went to the Bellefontaine police station at the end of the morning on Sunday.