At the barArticle reserved for subscribersAt the end of three days of hearing, Alain J. was acquitted by the Assize Court of Indre-et-Loire. Suspected of having murdered the creditor of his life annuity by suffocating her with a madeleine, he had always proclaimed his innocence. Three years ago, to the day, the life of Yvette B., 92, died between the four walls of the modest room 420, on the 4th floor of the Korian Les Amarantes nursing home, in Tours (Indre- et-Loire). This Monday, May 13, 2019, the puny little lady, 1.60 m for 39 kilos, Alzheimer’s patient, whose “head is gone” over the years, is found dead in this secure unit accommodating twenty beds. Mouth wide open, “stuffed” with madeleines, according to director of the investigation, crumbs full neck and upper chest. “It was a significant amount, the trachea was completely blocked. Food debris was found even in the main bronchi, it’s deep, ”indicated the medical examiner in a clear-sighted presentation. Three years later, to the day, it is the existence of Alain J., 63, who capsizes before the Assize Court of Indre-et-Loire. The caretaker of a senior residence, ex- Paris firefighter, was tried for the assassination of this nonagenarian, who was none other than the annuitant of his life annuity since 1995, a single-storey pavilion in Montbazon, in the southern outskirts of Tours. Defended by Abed Bendjador father and son, an explosive duo from the Tours bar, the accused faced life imprisonment. After three days of heated debates marked by a certain vagueness, the court did not manage to lift the veil on the exact circumstances of the death of Yvette B. Doubt must take advantage…
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