On September 7, 2018, Sophie Le Tan was delighted to celebrate her 20th birthday.
After spending the night at the Hôtel des Princes in Strasbourg, where she worked as a receptionist in parallel with her studies in economics and management, the young woman had to visit an apartment before meeting her mother and sister to celebrate her anniversary.
But Sophie never joined her relatives.
Almost four years later, it is a
family who will attend, from this Monday, as a civil party, the trial of Jean-Marc Reiser, suspected of having assassinated the student.
This new weapon that will allow the gendarmes to better geolocate offenders
At the assizes of Bas-Rhin, for the first time, the relatives of Sophie Le Tan will face the one who
"has been presented since the beginning of this affair as a cold and emotionless monster"
, deplores the lawyer for the accused, Me Pierre Giurato.
By their side, especially for the parents of the young woman, will be a Vietnamese interpreter.
“They have to overcome two barriers: that of drama, and that…
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