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Kidnapping of Mia: the "French guru" targeted by an international arrest warrant defends himself

2021-04-20T13:49:52.596Z

Rémy Daillet, suspected of having influenced the kidnappers of the girl, assured BFMTV that it is not "a kidnapping but a r



As we revealed to you on Monday, Rémy Daillet, presumed “animator” of the anti-system “movement” of the kidnappers of little Mia, is targeted by an international arrest warrant.

This was confirmed on Tuesday by the public prosecutor of Nancy François Pérain.

"This arrest warrant was taken in the light of several elements, including the hearings of some of those placed in police custody and indicted," said the magistrate in a press release. "In view of these elements, Rémy Daillet appears as the main animator of the

movement

within the framework of which the accused are registered". Rémy Daillet "would have played a role in the organization of the kidnapping and would thus have provided the contact details of the caregiver of the mother and the child in Neuchâtel", adds the magistrate.

This former modem executive in Haute-Garonne who became a figure in the conspiracy movement has now been living in Malaysia for several years.

Contacted by BFMTV on Tuesday, he assured that it is not “an abduction but a return of a child to his mother at his request”.

“There is public concern about many abusive placements,” he says.

There are thousands of improper investments.

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The five men who organized the kidnapping of Mia are being prosecuted for "kidnapping in an organized group of a minor (under) fifteen years old and criminal conspiracy". Four of them were taken into custody. Lola Montemaggi, the girl's mother, as well as a French national who helped her in Switzerland, are in detention in the canton of Vaud pending extradition proceedings.

Source: leparis

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