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Kidnapping of Mia: a figure of conspiracy, formerly of the Modem, questioned


Rémi Daillet-Wiedemann, ex-president of the Haute-Garonne MoDem at the end of the 2000s and figure in the conspiracy sphere, is suspected of having played a role in the kidnapping of the girl, exerting an influence on her captors.

The incredible kidnapping of little Mia has not finished talking about him.

According to information from the


, Rémi Daillet-Wiedemann, ex-president of the Modem de Haute-Garonne at the end of the 2000s and figure of the conspiratorial sphere, is suspected of having played a role in the kidnapping of the girl by influencing his captors.

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The name of Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann, 54, has been mentioned several times by those questioned during their custody, as an ideological reference which would have directly or indirectly influenced their act, according to the daily.

He would in fact be wanted by French justice, even if he has been living in Malaysia for several years.

He would also be targeted by an international arrest warrant since Sunday, April 18 for "kidnapping in an organized gang of a 15-year-old minor" and "criminal association".

Excluded from Modem in 2010

Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann, son of Jean-Marie Daillet (former UDF deputy), was excluded from the MoDem in 2010 after having been president of the party in Haute-Garonne.

He has been known for several years in the conspiracy sphere and saw his popularity grow during the pandemic.

Whoever calls for the overthrow of the French government is, moreover, no stranger to the intelligence services.

Le Parisien

thus indicates that his name appeared in several investigations, in particular the one on the attack on a gendarmerie in Dax (Landes) in November.

The author of the facts had assured to have been influenced by the speeches of Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann.

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Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann had also welcomed, last summer, the inscription of negationist tags on a stele in Oradour-sur-Glane (Haute-Vienne). Since then, Interpol has reportedly issued a blue note at the request of the gendarmes of the Central Office for the fight against crimes against humanity (OCLCH).

Source: lefigaro

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