Sunday, April 24, 2011

Parent of Nantes, wanted as a witness

The Office of the French city of Nantes has issued an international warrant against Xavier Dupont search of Ligonnès, father of the family whose mother and four children were found dead in suspicious circumstances in that city. It is not, however, an arrest warrant, since the investigation opened by the killings are being carried out "against X", said prosecutor Xavier Ronsin.

In any case, it broadens the search initiated recently. The "star witness" of the process must be subject to a confrontation of the version with the "working hypothesis" of researchers, as stated by the prosecutor. Xavier Dupont Ligonnès was last seen in the town of Roquebrune-sur-Argens, southeast of the country, last April 15.

Meanwhile, autopsies on the mother and four children, aged between 13 and 20 years, reveal that the five were killed in a "methodical" before their bodies were carefully hidden under the terrace garden of the family home.

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