The suspect in the murder of a beheaded Septuagenarian in Octay (Herald) was charged with murder on Saturday and was remanded in pre-trial custody, Beziers’ attorney told a news conference. The victim’s autopsy revealed to the prosecutor, “confirms that the death was caused by beheading.”
The 51-year-old former boxer, who is the National Front candidate in the North, is the ex-husband of this Septuagint householder.
In 2020, “this cleaning lady fired the victim, who was in custody on suspicion of stealing money from her husband while he was doing odd jobs at home,” Rafael Baland, attorney for Friday. This confuses the suspect with “numerous CCTV images”, as well as “multiple mixed DNA traces of the victim and the suspect”.
But the man was not taken into police custody, saying he “did not remember anything and that he had been suffering for many years from neurological disorders caused by boxing.” Polland told reporters.
He says he doesn’t remember anything
The prosecutor carefully handed over the examination to the magistrate “To carry out all necessary medical expertise on the true and necessary effects of neurological and memory disorders”.
“He says he doesn’t remember anything, which was confirmed by his wife, Pacers’ attorney said. On the morning of the day of the events, he went to his psychiatrist as usual.”
50 police officers have been mobilized
At his home, investigators found walls covered with replaceable paper. His wife said, “He needs all this, so he knows what to do with his whole day.” According to the lawyer, the couple had been separated for 18 months “but she took care of it daily to make sure she was fine”.
Firefighters found the beheaded retiree at his home in Adjutant around 10:00 a.m. Wednesday. Fifty police officers were concentrated in this single case for three days. Within 24 hours they arrested the suspect.
“It is necessary to go very quickly,” said Advocate Balland.
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