Thursday evening, the trial of the drama of Millas which began in Marseilles on September 19, was suspended after a discomfort of the driver of the bus, Nadine Oliveira. Fabien Bourgeonnier, the father of Loïc who died in the disaster of December 14, 2017, fears that the defendant will not return to the hearing. “Since December 14, 2017, our lives have been ruined by this terrible tragedy that occurred on this level crossing between this school bus and a TER. I will speak today on my behalf as a father who experienced an atrocity and whose son, he received the death penalty without ever having been tried for a crime”, explains in a press release Fabien Bourgeonnier, father of Loïc who died in the tragic collision. To read also: Trial of the Millas drama: after two days of tears, the bus driver collapses “Yet many doubts and questions are unanswered. The past of this driver: her taking of medication and her lack of sleep, her presumed depression.Does this December 14, the date of her father’s death in 2009 affect the death of our children and did she take the risk of hurting other children during this drama?” he wrote. “The fact of saying “we still have a feeling of guilt” Who is she talking about? Many questions, who I know, shock people who have taken sides from the start, to the detriment of the child victims of this tragedy to whom we owe answers. This woman owes them explanations, “he continues. To read also: Trial of the drama of Millas – Fabien Bourgeonnier: “There is no justice possible to render Loïc to us” “Thursday, we, the families in pain, were present during his hearing. For almost five years, we we are silent, we cry in silence and we went to this trial with dignity, without shouting or insults just to know the truth”, he reacted this Friday, September 23. To read also: Trial of the drama of Millas – Fabien Bourgeonnier, father of one of the victims: “The bus driver showed no empathy towards our children” “But today, faced with the questions of the civil party who hurt, she feels unwell and has to be hospitalized! Are we going to be forced, once again, to endure all that and have to attend our trial without her presence? Not being able to ask the important questions and receive the answers we are victims, knowing that other experts are going to testify, who should you ask questions about in this case?” concludes Fabien Bourgeonnier.
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