Michel Fourniret half-heartedly acknowledges his involvement

The serial killer Michel Fourniret would be no stranger to the disappearance of Lydie Logé in 1993 in the Orne according to theThe confidences that he would have formulated in police custody indicates this Sunday Le Parisien.

Indicted on December 22, 2020 for “kidnapping and forcible confinement followed by death”, the Orgre des Ardennes would have acknowledged half-heartedly during this police custody (in November 2019) his involvement in this case: “I do not believe that it could be someone other than me who ended his life course, “he would have confided.

His ex-wife, Monique Olivier, was indicted on January 8, 2021 for “complicity” in this investigation.

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The investigations into the disappearance of the 29-year-old young woman had been disoriented in Paris in June, to be attached to the investigation file targeting the septuagenarian, who also recently confessed to the kidnapping and murder in 2003 of Estelle Mouzin .

On December 18, 1993, Lydie Logé disappeared in Saint-Christophe-le-Jajolet (Orne). His body has never been found. While two investigations, from 1994 to 1998 and then from 2004 to 2009, had resulted in dismissals, the investigations were reopened in 2018 due to links established between the DNA traces from organic compounds found in Michel Fourniret’s van. and the DNA of an ancestor of Lydie Logé.

For me, this is someone that I have already met

“I’m not sure but that face, I know it. These features are not unknown to me,” he allegedly indicated in police custody. “For me, he’s someone I’ve met before.”

When we ask him about the DNA traces found in his van: “So there, I fall from the clouds”, says Fourniret. And to continue: “It is an age which corresponds to what I was looking for. […] If this DNA was discovered, it is because it passed on the Fourniret road. “

“My clients had never considered the Fourniret trail. This revelation was a shock”, told the Parisian My Didier Seban and Corinne Herrmann, lawyers for Lydie Logé’s mother and sisters.

Now 78 years old, “the Ogre des Ardennes”, sentenced to life imprisonment for the murders of seven young women or teenagers between 1987 and 2001, confessed last March his responsibility in the Estelle Mouzin affair, a girl who disappeared at the age of 9 in 2003. The body of the latter has still not been found, despite several recent excavations in the Ardennes.

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