Investigation. Is Nordahl Lelandais involved in the disappearance of a man found dead at the foot of a cliff?


An investigation was opened by the public prosecutor of Grenoble after a letter received by the association “Assistance and search for missing persons” indicates Le Dauphiné Libéré who quotes information from the weekly Marianne.

In this letter, received anonymously, Nordahl Lelandais, ex-dog handler, sentenced for the murder of little Maëlys de Araujo and Corporal Arthur Noyer, is targeted as a suspect in a case of the disappearance of a 43-year-old man, autism, and who was found dead at the foot of a cliff in 2012.

The author of the missive, who says he has forged a relationship with “Nono” through their common passion for dogs, affirms that Lelandais would have attacked a man who was walking in the Chartreuse massif.

They returned some time later and the individual was not seen again.

He explains in the letter that in Saint-Hilaire-du-Touvet (Isère), they would have met “a strange individual who was walking in the middle of the road. Nono stopped and got out of the car insulting him”. The man then fled to a nearby forest.

According to this anonymous letter, Nordahl Lelandais immediately rushed at him with his three dogs. “They came back a good while later and the individual was not seen again”, underlines the author of the letter according to Marianne.

In this case, the gendarmes, after having found dead the autistic forties who had disappeared from his adult living home, had concluded that he had died accidentally.


Source: Le Progrès : info et actu nationale et régionale – Rhône, Loire, Ain, Haute-Loire et Jura | Le Progrès by www.leprogres.fr.

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