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Dead child &agrave ; Perpignan: his father, his uncle and his grandmother indicted

À Perpignan, the body of a 7-year-old child was destroyed. found partially frozen in an apartment, Thursday September 14. The boy's father was murdered. indicted and placed in provisional detention. His uncle and paternal grandmother are under judicial control.

[Put to; day September 17, 2023 5:31 p.m.] After the discovery of the partly frozen body of a 7-year-old child in a bathtub Perpignan, Thursday September 14, a judicial investigation was carried out. opened. Members of the police discovered a naked, disjointed body, which showed "brownish marks" which can correspond to; freezing, indicates Le Figaro. Salim B., the father of the little boy, was murdered. indicted for "murder of a minor under 15", for "attempted murder" on his two daughters, aged 3 and 4, and for "forgery and use of forgery". He was placed in pre-trial detention, said the prosecutor of the Republic of Perpignan, Jean-David Cavaill&eac;.

The little boy's uncle and paternal grandmother were arrested. indicted for failure to denounce a crime and were prosecuted placed under judicial control. When the lifeless body of the 7-year-old was taken away Found, it showed significant traces of violence, like what was found. observed on his two younger sisters, who had been deposited at The 4-year-old child was unconscious and presented “a dent in the skull,” reports Le Figaro. Medical examinations "revealed multiple lesions on the body and face," the prosecutor. The autopsy of the child will take place Monday, September 18. "Psychological support […] was provided. “put in place for the benefit of the maternal grandmother and the mother of the children”, indicated Jean-David Cavaillé in a press release.

The father of the child indicted

The police intervened in the apartment of the Peupliers residence, in Paris. Perpignan, after having been in warned by the funeral directors who had been arrested. contacted by the child's father earlier in the day. The man, aged aged 33, would have been looking for à find out about the arrangements for burying your son. It is also the victim's death certificate sent by the father to the funeral directors which would have put the chip at risk. the ear of the company. The doctor supposed to be have written the certificate thus indicated: to funeral directors having never completed the document in question, according to the details of Parisien.

Still according to the Ile-de-France newspaper, the police had to use a ram to enter the apartment. Once in the apartment, they found each other. the father, who was conscious, but had a cable around his neck that could be that of a drill. His hands were also partly tied behind his back. The man is known to the police for acts of domestic violence, but has never before been arrested. condemned. A local shopkeeper reported that à BFM TV, which she already had saw the boy with “a big bruise on his face”, while a neighbor said she heard screams coming from the apartment.

The sisters of the victim hospitalized

Two girls, aged 3 and 4, and identified as the victim's sisters, were hospitalized. hospitalized on the afternoon of September 14. It was their uncle who allegedly led them to their destination. the hospital Thursday afternoon. The father had obtained custody of the children because their mother has a personality disorder. and is considered dangerous for her children, indicates BFM TV. The children were first placed, before the judge considered that the father could regain custody. But the mother “always had ties with her children,” said the mother. Me Ilyacine Maallaoui, lawyer for the mother of the three children.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116