Already imprisoned in the Mia case, Rémy Daillet, a figure in conspiratorial circles, was taken out of his cell on Tuesday to be taken into custody in another case, followed by the anti-terrorism pole of the Paris judicial court.
This Friday, he was indicted and imprisoned for "terrorist criminal association".
This time, he is suspected of having considered "plans for coups d'état and other violent actions" including an attack on a Masonic lodge in eastern France, according to a source familiar with the matter.
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Her secretary, Ginette M., 67, was also arrested Tuesday, in the Aude where she lives, and placed in police custody.
She was also presented to an investigating judge on Friday.
During their police custody, both were questioned in the premises of the DGSI (General Directorate of Internal Security).
According to sources familiar with the matter, Rémy Daillet, 54, is suspected of being "the brain" of a group planning violent actions.