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“This is an important step for the investigation but the investigations will continue”…

2024-04-02 18:17:51

The appearance of the bones of the skull of little Emile found on Saturday “does not allow us to say what is the cause of his death”, affirmed the Aix-en-Provence prosecutor, specifying that “no ante mortem trauma was observed” on this one.

The Aix-en-Provence prosecutor remained particularly cautious in his statements. He explained that the child’s skull had been found on Saturday “on the ground of a narrow path, a forest path following a level line, with a very steep slope”, of around 30%. This area is approximately “25 minutes from the village on foot,” the magistrate said.

“No antemortem fractures. Bites, probably from animals, the bones were not buried and were exposed to climatic events”

Before listening to the statements of the Aix-en-Provence prosecutor, our journalist in Marseille returns to the massive mobilization of gendarmerie investigators.

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Accidental fall, manslaughter, murder? Three days after the discovery of little Emile’s skull, gendarmerie experts resumed their search this Tuesday morning around the hamlet of Haut-Vernet (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence), to find the other bones of the child and attempt to elucidate the circumstances of his death.

This Tuesday, the Aix-en-Provence public prosecutor’s office announced the holding of a press conference by the prosecutor, Jean-Luc Blachon at 6 p.m., the first since he was seized of this case on July 18, ten days after the disappearance of the two and a half year old child.

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