Rémy Daillet, the conspiratorial guru suspected of having played a role in the Mia affair, would be involved in a previous story of child abduction that took place in the Doubs last November, according to our colleagues from Eastern Republican.
At that time, in Quingey, a family with their four children had taken refuge in their home after social services intervened to place the children, who were not in school and had no contact with institutions.
During the negotiations, the police heard the father discussing incessantly, by phone or on the internet, with a certain “Rémy”. The affair finally ended smoothly.
It was after the Mia affair that the gendarmes and justice made the link between this “Rémy” and Rémy Daillet, explains Republican East.
The father of the family also indicated that “Rémy”, whom he now considers as a “charlatan” who advised them not to collaborate with institutions and “led them into the wall” lived in Malaysia and that he had been a member of Modem, which is the case with Rémy Daillet.
An investigation has been launched on this subject.
Rémy Daillet is suspected of having played a role in the Mia affair, named after this 8-year-old girl kidnapped in April from her grandmother in the Vosges by men who pretended to be educators.
The little girl was found in Switzerland a few days later with her mother.
Under an international arrest warrant, Rémy Daillet was arrested at the end of May in Malaysia, where he lives. He went on a hunger strike. A campaign was launched to free his partner and his three children, also detained.
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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