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Reiser trial: the disturbing personality of the accused


REPORT OF THE HEARING - The sixty-year-old with a heavy past risks life if he is convicted for the assassination of Sophie Le Tan.

Some defendants in criminal cases bend with bad grace to the usual exercise of the personality investigation.

This is not the case of Jean-Marc Reiser, currently on trial in Strasbourg for the assassination of Sophie Le Tan


who seemed

"satisfied that we are interested in him"

in front of the personality investigator


It is therefore with a wealth of detail that the past of Jean-Marc Reiser was traced Tuesday before the Assize Court of Bas-Rhin.

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We thus learned that after a

"difficult childhood"

, marked by altercations with his alcoholic father, placements and repetitions, Jean-Marc Reiser had left the family home at 18 to settle in Strasbourg and follow a BEP Bank.

He then worked at La Poste for ten years, while preparing to resume his studies.

He passed the competition for the Regional Institute of Administration (IRA) in Bastia.

At the end of his schooling, he worked in schools, then at the Crous in Strasbourg.

In 1997, during an inspection…

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Source: lefigaro

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