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Death of little Emile: was the body moved ?

After the discovery of little Emile's body this Saturday, investigators are now trying to determine the origin of the boy's death. A track seems to hold the rope according to several sources.

Nine months after his disappearance, the bones of little Emile were discovered. discovered Saturday March 30, 2024, at proximity from the hamlet of Vernet (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) announced this Sunday the Aix-en-Provence public prosecutor's office. It was a walker who discovered the skull to the south of the hamlet, "just like teeth" indicates Le Parisien. Identity of the little boy was quickly é confirmed by the Criminal Research Institute of the National Gendarmerie (IRCGN). 

Investigators will “deploy means to undertake additional research in the geographic area where the investigation was carried out.” (the bones) were destroyed. found" specifies the public prosecutor's office in Aix-en-Provence. François Balique, mayor of Le Vernet, has banned access to people from outside the hamlet until next Sunday, April 7, at noon. A stop municipal taken this Sunday.

The hypothesis of a movement of the bones considered "credible"< /h2>

From now on, there are many gray areas. And in particular about the area in which they were é discovered the bones of the boy. Because according to the spokesperson for the national gendarmerie, Marie-Laure Pezant, the place of the discovery had already been discovered. été searched several times during citizen raids summer 2023. A version confirmed by the mayor of the town in the columns of Le Figaro, evoking a “very searched” area. &agrav; the time.

Voilaà why, the track of the body's movement becomes thicker. And it is she who is favored by Jacques-Charles Fombonne, former commander of the national training center at the National Training Centre. the judicial police of the gendarmerie as explained &agrav; France Info: "This rather supports the hypothesis of a body which would have been' moved and put precisely &agrav; this place, knowing that it is said that we would not return there. Taking into account the means that have been taken into account put, we really searched, çthat means that the body moved" he assures. In addition, a simulation took place last Thursday, with 17 people out of the 25 in the hamlet. 

A version which seems to hold the rope for the spokesperson of the gendarmerie, guest of BFMTV yesterday. She judges the potential for bone movement to be “credible”. If the investigators were able to “potentially not detect this presence (…) we must not forget that we could also have detected this presence (…) place the bones after" she continues. "Çit could be human intervention, an animal that took him away. or weather conditions that have changed the weather. the configuration " she concludes. 

A hundred gendarmes on site and several avenues envisaged

"Only the examination of the body by the forensic police can disprove or confirm a hypothesis" tempers Jaques-Charles Fombonne in the columns of France Info. If the discovery of small bones could be the result of animals or even bad weather according to him, he also highlights the "position bones in relation to each other" which should be a determining element of the investigation to lift the veil on this affair. "If you have the whole body with bones that are in an absolutely natural position, this 'avoids the accident" he explains. "If the body is complete and the bones are in a natural position, çthis means that the child has fallen' and, extraordinarily, it was not found. It can also mean that the body has been damaged. posed&eac; là delicately without disrupting the arrangement of the bones" he confides à France Info.

"If there were animals that intervened on the remains of the body, çthis will be known, of course" specifies Alain Vasquez, police commander at BFMTV. Since the announcement of the discovery, messages of support have multiplied and a pot of support has been raised. launched on the Facebook group "Let's pray for Emile". "This prize pool aims to show our support for Emile. the family of'Émile. To help offer him a beautiful funeral and offer masses for his family" she explains. Guest on LCI, the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin expressed his "sadness" and took advantage of it to thank "the gendarmes". According to information from BFMTV, around a hundred gendarmes are currently on site to try to collect new clues in the already damaged area. searched after the disappearance of Emile.

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