"As long as they don't find the body..." The sentence is dropped during a conversation between a father and his 15-year-old son. We are at the dawn of the 1990s. Agnès Le Roux has been missing for almost thirteen years. Is this a bad joke, or has Maurice Agnelet just let slip his heaviest secret? Yet he has been silent for years, manhandled in a series of judicial back-and-forths, first suspected, then acquitted, and again convicted for the disappearance of the young woman. On that day, the man's words to his son were confusing. For a long time, the latter kept quiet about his father's confidence, year after year, trial after trial.
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Until 2014, when the Assize Court of Ille-et-Vilaine was the scene of a terrible twist. Thirty-seven years after the death of Agnès Le Roux, heiress to the great casino of Nice and lover of Maurice Agnelet, Guillaume, who has always defended his father in this case...
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