He assures that he came "without any spirit of polemics". However, Philippe Guichard knows to whom he owes his summons to appear before the Hauts-de-Seine Assize Court, this Friday, December 8, at the trial of Monique Olivier: former head of the technical police division at the Versailles judicial police, then head of the Central Office for the Repression of Violence against Persons (OCRVP), this great cop was a leading investigator in the Estelle Mouzin case, disappeared on 9 January 2003 in Guermantes (Seine-et-Marne) and whose body has never been found.
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A case that became an "obsession" for fifteen years, "the most significant of (his) career". "For a long time, I dreamed of calling Éric Mouzin to tell him that Estelle had been found, but it didn't happen and I regret it bitterly," he says. However, it was precisely this father, hurt by having had to wait so long for the Michel Fourniret trail to take hold, who asked to be heard, through his lawyer.
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