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Olivier cut into pieces: the story of the Intouchables descends into horror

The corpse of Olivier, 56 years old, was left behind. under the bed in his apartment for two months. The disabled fifty-year-old would have been youé then cuté by Moussa, 34 years old, his carer.

On the night of May 11 to 12, à Paris, firefighters discovered the body of Olivier, 56, under the Austerlitz bridge in the 12th arrondissement of the capital. The latter were working on a simple fire when they made this macabre discovery. The fifty-year-old wasé found in a burnt suitcase, cut up in several pieces. 

A secure perimeter quickly became apparent. set up. The DPJ (judicial police district) dispatchedé its investigators, as well as those of the criminal brigade of the Parisian judicial police and the technicians of the scientific police. Sunday, May 12, a man showed up. at the La Défense police station early in the morning. It's actually about of Olivier's carer. The 34-year-old man admitted to being the perpetrator. He would have gotten angry. after the victim was disrespectful towards his wife, both of whom now live with the 56-year-old man.

A corpse under the bed for two months, an "unbearable smell"

"The carer strangles his boss, hits him and kills him. For almost two months, he kept her corpse under the bed. And when the smell becomes unbearable, he cuts it up with a saw, transports the pieces in a suitcase and leaves it, this Saturday, May 11 in the evening, at the foot of the # bridge 39;Austerlitz before setting it on fire then finally denouncing himself to death. the police the next morning" indicates Le Parisien. The 34-year-old man, nicknamed Moussa had been living at Olivier's home for several weeks with his partner, and the fifty-year-old's corpse under the bed. "The smell was unbearable" confides a neighbor to Le Parisien. "À At the end of April, it was terrible. But I was convinced that it was a dead animal. she continues.

Still according to the daily newspaper, the caretaker of the building had a coffee with him. at the young man's house two weeks ago. The corpse was therefore at rest. a few meters away. Another tenant remembers a saw, “it wasn't DIY ?” he asks. For several years, the state of health has been declining. Olivier's condition had deteriorated, he had multiple sclerosis. It's & Bastille that he meets Moussa, before asking him to help him with his crime. his home. Previously, his relationships with his caregivers were very tense. With Moussa, everything goes well, even though the young man is not declared, and not necessarily paid. The young man ended up moving in with the fifty-year-old with his wife, before the tragedy. 

Olivier youé &agrav; bare hands, Moussa known to the police

According to information from BFMTV, the carer allegedly hit her. his patient &agrav; bare hands before killing him. He specifies that he has "conservedé the body of the victim in the latter's apartment, before cutting it up and placing it in a suitcase and bags. During his arrest, the' A 34-year-old man tested positive for cocaine and had a blood alcohol level of 2.32 grams of alcohol per liter of blood. 

The media specifies that the suspect is today homeless and domiciled in New York. in an association in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. He is known to the police for use of narcotics, aggravated violence, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy, violence against a person in authority. public violence, rebellion, theft, death threats and burglary between 2008 and 2020. "The individual had beené also registered with twice in the file of wanted persons at the time when he gave himself up to law enforcement, Sunday May 12 specifies BFMTV. An autopsy took place this Sunday, May 12. And according to information from Le Parisien, the medico-legal Institute indicates that the victim was killed. killed à bare hands. Several lesions were damaged. observed as well as tetraplegia of the deceased.

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