Sunday, May 1, 2011

Bury the dead family in Nantes

The final tribute to Agnès Dupont Ligonnès and their four children, found murdered on April 22 in Nantes (western France), started Saturday morning in the town of Noyers-sur-Serein (central Mexico), with Mass to be followed by burial. The ceremony began early in the church of Our Lady in this village of 700 inhabitants, located 200 miles southeast of Paris, where the family home of the mother.

There were about 200 friends of the family, classmates and neighbors children. The urns containing the ashes will be taken to walk to the cemetery of the medieval city and deposited in the family vault. "The family is very wrong. Suffer a sadness at the height of the horror they have experienced," confessed to Presno Hodanger Etienne, one of the three brothers of the murdered mother with her children.

Almost thirty gendarmes were deployed in the town and established a security perimeter around the church and cemetery to respect the privacy of the family. The Dupont de Ligonnès used to spend their holidays in this town. On 22 April, police discovered the bodies of Agnes, 48, and his sons Arthur, Thomas, Anne and Benoit, aged between 13 and 20 years.

All were buried in the garden of the home. The five had been shot dead. The father, Xavier, 50, who had mysteriously disappeared in early April, while his family has several players back, looking for the track as it is the "number one suspect 'murder. The man was last seen April 15 at Roquebrune sur Argens (southeastern France) in a hotel and spent the night.

However, researchers are unable to locate him, despite the 130 men, backed by a helicopter and dogs, which follow his trail relentlessly throughout the Hexagon.

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