Podcasts. Crime and justice. “I had nothing to do with it, I was fooled”: Fatma Youcef, the enigmatic carrot killer

Podcasts. Crime and justice. “I had nothing to do with it, I was fooled”: Fatma Youcef, the enigmatic carrot killer
Podcasts. Crime and justice. “I had nothing to do with it, I was fooled”: Fatma Youcef, the enigmatic carrot killer

Discover this Friday, May 3, 2024 a new episode of “Crime and Justice”, the legal saga of Midi Libre dedicated to the major legal cases which have marked our region. On January 2, 2008, the martyred body of Jacqueline Lagneau, 69, was found martyred in her house in Montagnac, near Pézenas, in Hérault. A sordid detail intrigues the investigators: a peeled carrot stands in his crotch.

It’s a massacre, sigh while shuddering with fear the gendarmes who entered a small house in Montagnac, a village near Pézenas, on January 2, 2008. On the ground, the body of a sixty-year-old woman, who suffered a terrible ordeal. Jacqueline Lagneau had 14 ribs broken and received 44 stab wounds to the chest and head.

Worse. His attacker(s) poured caustic soda on his wounds, which caused terrible and painful burns. The unfortunate woman also has her panties pulled down, and a peeled carrot stands in her crotch.

Faced with the singularity of the crime, we call on profilers

But apart from that, even if some furniture seems to have been quickly searched, there is no trace of a break-in: the whole thing looks like a set-up, because nothing was stolen. Faced with the singularity of this crime, the police will call on profilers. And discover that the driving force behind this action is undoubtedly an implacable and crazy… feminine jealousy.

This new podcast is part of “Crime and justice, the judicial saga”, written and narrated by François Barrère. Legal cases that have marked our region, forgotten crimes, famous trials: Midi Libre immerses you every Friday in the dark but exciting world of major news stories, through this new series of podcasts, to discover and listen to without any moderation.

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