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French conspirator Rémy Daillet and his family expelled from Malaysia


Rémy Daillet, his pregnant companion, and his three children were arrested for irregular status at the end of May on the tourist island of Langkawi where they lived.

Rémy Daillet, figure of a conspiracy movement and suspected of having contributed to the kidnapping of little Mia in France in mid-April, as well as her family, were expelled from Malaysia on Sunday morning, several sources told the AFP.

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I confirm that they have already been deported by the immigration services

", indicated a judicial source while another source specified that Rémy Daillet, his partner and three children had been handed over to the French authorities.

Rémy Daillet, his partner Léonie Bardet, pregnant, and her three children aged 17, 9 and 2, had been arrested for irregular status at the end of May on the tourist island of Langkawi where they lived.


They took a commercial flight to Changi Airport in Singapore with an enhanced security escort

," a source told AFP.

They must then take a flight to Paris where they are expected Monday morning.

The Frenchman and his family were "

handed over to the French authorities at Kuala Lumpur airport

," said this source, adding that they all appeared "in

good health

". Rémy Daillet had started a hunger strike to protest his arrest while his pregnant partner feared complications if she took the plane, according to their French lawyer.

Rémy Daillet and his family were not arrested in connection with the kidnapping of little Mia, but because their visas had expired. Mia, 8, was kidnapped in mid-April at her mother's request by several men while she was staying with her grandmother in a village in the Vosges (eastern France). According to the prosecutor of Nancy (east), Rémy Daillet would have played an important role in the organization of the kidnapping of the child.

In a video posted online after the kidnapping of the girl, Rémy Daillet had tried to defend himself. Without mentioning Mia by name, he refuted the term kidnapping. In other older videos he defended the idea of ​​a popular coup and said he was opposed to taxes, vaccines, masks or 5G. In the Mia case, six men and the girl's mother, close to the anti-system movement and conspirators, were indicted and placed in pre-trial detention.

Source: lefigaro

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