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Monique Olivier trial: "Justice has done nothing", accuse relatives of one of Fourniret's victims

2023-12-01T21:28:18.718Z

Highlights: Marie-Angèle Domèce was one of the forgotten victims of Michel Fourniret. Only one photograph of her was known, from the wanted notice issued in Auxerre after her disappearance on July 8, 1988. Her family testified to the indifference of the institutions during the disappearance of the young girl whose body was not. The trial of Monique Olivier is expected to last at least two more weeks, with the jury expected to be sequestered for up to a month.


The family of Marie-Angèle Domèce testified to the indifference of the institutions during the disappearance of the young girl whose body was not


Only one photograph of her was known, from the wanted notice issued in Auxerre (Yonne) after her disappearance on July 8, 1988. In this black-and-white shot, a rebellious smile illuminates her still childlike face, framed by a short haircut topped with bangs. Thirty-five years later, his relatives came to tell the story of Marie-Angèle Domèce, one of the forgotten victims of Michel Fourniret, whose body has never been found.

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