The area where the quadruple murder of Chevaline occurred nine years ago will be cordoned off for new investigations for two days. According to the Public Prosecutor in Annecy, this is a classic act in no way linked to new developments.
This Thursday, September 29, nine years after the events, the area where the quadruple murder of Chevaline occurred on September 5, 2012, will be cordoned off for two days. “ This is a classic investigative act, says Line Bonnet-Mathis, Public Prosecutor in Annecy, it is not bound to new twists and we do not expect to discover particular things. This is just a trip to check certain things. “
This Thursday, the investigating judge, the Annecy public prosecutor’s office, investigators and witnesses of the time went to the site. ” The act should last a few hours no more », Conclusion of the Annecy Prosecutor. But for two days a municipal decree was issued and it will be forbidden to fly over the area and to circulate there by car and on foot.
The investigation continues
Nine years ago, on a small forest road in Chevaline, Saad al-Hilli, 50, a British engineer of Iraqi origin, his wife of 47, and his stepmother of 74, were found dead, killed by bullets, inside a vehicle, a BMW registered in England. The car was riddled with bullets, at least 25 casings were found on the ground. Near this car, another body that of Sylvain Mollier, a cyclist, was also lying dead in the front right of the car next to his bicycle.
One of the daughters of the al-Hilli couple was seriously injured while the second, hidden under her mother’s legs, miraculously escaped unharmed.
Almost 10 years after the events, the investigation is stalling but continues. “There are still investigators working on it but there are no new developments in this case for the moment.», Insists Line Bonnet-Mathis, public prosecutor in Annecy.