Rémy Daillet, figure of conspiratorial circles, arrived this Wednesday morning in France where he risks indictment, suspected of being involved in the kidnapping of little Mia in April in the Vosges.
Arrested in Malaysia at the end of May, where they were residing, Mr. Daillet, his pregnant partner and his three children aged 17, 9 and 2 had boarded Tuesday evening in Singapore on the Air France flight AF 257 which therefore landed at Paris airport Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle at 6 o'clock.
“I can confirm that Mr. Rémy Daillet-Wiedmann took a plane in Singapore for France.
He is accompanied by his partner and the couple's children, ”said François Pérain, public prosecutor of Nancy, in a press release.
"On arrival at the airport in France, the arrest warrant of the investigating judge of the Jirs (specialized interregional jurisdiction) of Nancy will be notified," he added.
This mandate will be "notified and executed by the Air Transport Gendarmerie", an airport source told AFP.
An international arrest warrant
Mr. Daillet will then either be transferred "immediately to Nancy for his indictment", or presented "before the judge of liberties and detention of Bobigny for provisional imprisonment," said the prosecutor.
In the latter case, Rémy Daillet would be "transferred to Nancy to be questioned by the investigating judges (...) within four days", he specified.
Rémy Daillet, a former Modem executive in Haute-Garonne excluded from the centrist party in 2010, is the subject of an international arrest warrant issued as part of the investigation into the kidnapping of little Mia, 8 years old, perpetrated in mid-April in the Vosges.
The child was found a few days later in Switzerland with her mother who no longer had custody of it.