Arrived Wednesday morning on French soil, Rémy Daillet was indicted in the afternoon for "complicity in the kidnapping of a minor".
figure in conspiratorial circles is suspected of being involved in the kidnapping of little Mia in April in the Vosges.
The arrest warrant issued against him was notified to him once at Roissy airport, the public prosecutor of Nancy, François Pérain, had indicated earlier in the day in a press release.
“He was subjected to a medical examination which concluded that there was no difficulty.
The investigating judges decided that Mr. Daillet-Wiedemann should be presented to them immediately at the Nancy court, ”the prosecutor continued.
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Arrested in Malaysia at the end of May, where they were residing, Rémy 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.
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.
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The 54-year-old Frenchman is suspected, according to Mr. Pérain, of being the alleged “animator” of the anti-system “movement” of the kidnappers at the origin of the kidnapping.
He and his family were arrested in late May on the Malaysian tourist island of Langkawi. Their visas having expired, Malaysia proceeded with their deportation to France. But it was interrupted on Sunday during their stopover in Singapore, where Rémy Daillet's companion, Léonie Bardet, pregnant, was briefly hospitalized. The deportation procedure was then able to resume and the family flew Tuesday evening to Paris.