Marseille lawyer Michel Amas, specializing in child placement cases, thought of filing a complaint against Rémy Daillet-Wiedemann for "illegal exercise of the legal profession".
"I have five to six child placement files in which the videos of Rémy Daillet and his Home School association pushed parents to drop their children from school and outlaw them," he says.
What has contributed to their investments.
"But Me Amas gave it up:" Daillet is in Malaysia, far from French justice, it would have taken years, a lot of energy, and in the meantime he would have set up another association, another site.
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This does not prevent the lawyer from denouncing the “dangerous” methods of the conspiratorial guru, whom François Pérain, the Nancy prosecutor, presents as the main animator of the movement of the kidnappers of Mia.
"Daillet targets parents who are in difficulty with the law regarding the custody of their child and who are often economically fragile", explains Michel Amas.
Single parents who seek comfort and support on social networks and fall into the hands of conspiratorial groups led by gurus like Rémy Daillet.
A downward spiral
"These dangerous freaks take advantage of the failure of the system and, under the guise of legal knowledge, provide advice for a fee," continues the lawyer.
They encourage parents to drop their children out of school and to do home schooling, a very supervised process that cannot be improvised.
An old fad at Daillet's.
Already, in 2008 when he was at the head of the MoDem of Haute-Garonne, he advocated an instruction outside the walls.
Abduction of Mia: "The mother begged for help ..." justifies the "French guru"
Michel Amas describes a perfidious process which leads parents to become illegal and thus enter a downward spiral. Which seems to have been the case for Mia's mother. “A mother, a father, a couple, withdraws their child from school overnight without warning anyone and is at fault. The rectorate makes a report and the judicial machine is engaged, ”says Me Amas. According to the lawyer, this process would inevitably lead to the placement of the child by the courts and sometimes push the parents to extreme solutions: hunger strike, child abduction ...