Thirteen years after the disappearance of little Mathis in Caen, his father indicted for murder

Thirteen years after the disappearance of little Mathis in Caen, his father indicted for murder
Thirteen years after the disappearance of little Mathis in Caen, his father indicted for murder

Sylvain Jouanneau, sentenced in 2015 to twenty years in prison for the kidnapping and sequestration of his eight-year-old son Mathis in 2011, still missing, was indicted, this time for the murder of his child, a- we learned on Tuesday from a judicial Source. This former divorced executive turned mason had never brought Mathis back to his mother on September 4, 2011, in Caen, as he should have done at the end of his weekend custody rights.

“Inconsistency issues”

Sylvain Jouanneau was sentenced to twenty years of criminal imprisonment by the Calvados Assize Court. An investigation was opened at the same time for murder.

There are issues of inconsistency, the fact that it was the last to have seen him alive, the fact that several people saw him alone after having removed him or even that the DNA was found of the child on the floor mat of the trunk of the car he used. This suggests that a body was lying inside “, indicated this Source, adding that this DNA analysis “ had not been carried out ” previously.

Placement in detention

On Tuesday, the investigating chamber of the Caen Court of Appeal, contacted by the defendant who contested his pre-trial detention, confirmed his placement in detention in this aspect of the case, according to the same Source. Contacted by AFP, his lawyer, Me Félix Gluckstein did not wish to comment. In 2015, the police unsuccessfully launched a call for witnesses with a portrait of the aged child.


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