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The 41-year-old man taken into police custody on Sunday after confessing to the murder of his three daughters in Alfortville, in Val-de-Marne, was indicted on Wednesday for murder.
Published on 11/29/2023 11:21
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The father of three little girls found dead this weekend in Alfortville in Val-de-Marne was indicted for murder and placed in pre-trial detention following his release on Tuesday, November 28 at the Créteil judicial court, Did we learn. franceinfo Wednesday November 29 at the Créteil public prosecutor’s office.
The 41-year-old suspect, already convicted of domestic violence, was taken into police custody on Sunday November 26 after presenting himself to the Dieppe police in Seine-Maritime to confess to the murder of his three daughters, aged 4 to 11 years old. years. During his custody, the father admitted the facts, mentioning in particular a conflict with his ex-partner regarding the custody of his children, specifies the prosecution.
Already convicted of domestic violence
After picking up his daughters in Marolles-en-Brie on Saturday November 25 around 3 p.m. and spending the afternoon with them, the accused “exchanged contradictory emails with the mother in the evening and at that time made the decision to end her daughters’ lives”according to prosecutor Stéphane Hardouin. “To do this, he unknowingly administered sleeping pills in their drinks and waited until they fell asleep to kill them.”He continued.
The suspect was convicted in April 2021 for domestic violence against the mother of his children and for violence against his youngest daughter. Sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment, 12 of which were suspended, he had served his sentence and was no longer supervised. Alternate custody had been put in place “at the request of the family”the prosecution said on Monday.
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