A few hours before the disappearance of little Emile, on July 8, 2023, the grandfather of the two and a half year old child allegedly violently argued over the incident. with a young farmer whose home was searched last week, reveals BFM DICI.
Almost four months after the disappearance of Mile in the hamlet of Haut-Vernet, in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, the mystery remains unsolved. What happened? à Émile? Was it? removed ? Could he have been killed? in a road accident and his body hidden in panic? While investigators are not ruling out any leads, BFM DICI revealed, on Thursday, October 26, a new disturbing element in this very simple affair. ;diatised. According to his information, a violent altercation between Mile's maternal grandfather and a young farmer from the hamlet, renamed Romain by BFMDICI, would have taken place the very morning of the disappearance of the two and a half year old toddler. However, it seems that this is the same farmer whose house was searched last week for almost two days.
About the dispute between these two key protagonists in the affair: Emile, a cousin of the young farmer, whom BFM DICI chose to name Marc (the first name also has the same name). changed), reports that everything started from work that had been carried out previously. carried out a few days earlier in front of his own home. Work during which Mile's grandfather, who had just returned to his summer home, judged that one of his walls had been damaged. damaged. À BFM DICI, Marc confides: "The grandfather felt that these small jobs had been carried out very well. made in front of his home. He screamed early in the morning on my cousin and even woke me up." And to emphasize: "This is not the first time. He yells at everyone!" Still according to Marc, Romain would not have responded to the grandfather and would have taken refuge in the village. at his cousin's house.
A gray area on Romain's geolocation on the day of Mile's disappearance
While the trail of a road accident had for a time led to investigators at inspecting numerous tractors, including that of Romain, his cousin is categorical: the young farmer had come to foot that day. One thing is certain, the presence of Romain in the area calls into question the testimony of his aunt, which several media outlets have echoed, according to which the young The man was not in the area the day Mile disappeared. Another fact which intrigues investigators according to BFM DICI, Romain would have telephoned à his cousin that very afternoon. "He's my cousin, I don't see where he is. “is the evil we call ourselves”, sweeps away Marc who nevertheless claims “not to know” where Romain was there late in the afternoon on the day of Mile's disappearance.