“What was he doing without a muzzle?” asks the prosecutor

“What was he doing without a muzzle?” asks the prosecutor
“What was he doing without a muzzle?” asks the prosecutor

The lifeless body of the former mayor of Canaules-et-Argentières was found on Tuesday May 28 in the town’s cemetery. Everything suggests that an Argentinian mastiff killed her.

Drama in the Gard. Free lunch reports this Wednesday the tragic death of the former mayor of Canaules-et-Argentières, Annette Guibal, 93, in circumstances that are disturbing to say the least. The one who wore the tricolor scarf between 2001 and 2014 died suddenly on Tuesday May 28 while she was in the cemetery of the town, where she had undoubtedly come to pay her respects – flowers having been found near She.

Very quickly alerted thanks to the call of a young woman who reported an attack by a “stray dog”, the police were able to note on their arrival that the victim had had her carotid artery cut by the animal. But quickly, the young woman’s testimony aroused doubt among investigators. The one who turned out to be a young trainee “from a breeder of Argentinian mastiffs located nearby”, according to the public prosecutor of Alès, Abdelkrim Grini, finally revealed that she had lied. Two of the dogs from the kennel appear to have ended up in the cemetery when the victim was going there. “What were they doing there, without muzzles? The question arises,” said the prosecutor.

While the autopsy of the victim is scheduled for Friday, four people were placed in police custody in this investigation entrusted to the research brigade of the Vigan gendarmerie: the 18-year-old trainee, but also the owner of the breeding farm. , a 42-year-old woman, as well as her two 19-year-old sons. Free lunch reported Wednesday evening that the manager may have pressured her intern to provide false testimony to investigators. Taken into custody on Tuesday with her intern, they were joined on Wednesday at the end of the day by the two sons of the farm manager. They are suspected of having been sent there to recover the dog before the arrival of the police. They may also have put pressure on the intern to influence her testimony. Depending on the outcome of the investigation, the two women could be prosecuted for manslaughter, facing up to five years of imprisonment.

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