the teenager’s mother will launch a national call for witnesses

the teenager’s mother will launch a national call for witnesses
the teenager’s mother will launch a national call for witnesses

Lina’s mother will be heard live during the broadcast Call for witnessesbroadcast this Tuesday evening from 9:10 p.m. on M6.

Lina’s mother is launching her first national call for witnesses to advance the investigation: she will be heard on M6 this evening, during an interview conducted by Nabila Zaknoun for the show Call for Witnesses, broadcast from 9:10 p.m.

“I think Lina was kidnapped. The people who kidnapped him knew exactly what they were doing.testifies Fanny Groll, Lina’s mother, during an extract from this evening’s show.

“Bad company”

“I think it’s no coincidence. We don’t pass by there by chance”, assures the mother, recalling the path taken by Lina on the day of her disappearance. She also maintains that the teenager knows her kidnappers. “These are people who knew… who knew she would be there”she adds, supposing that the drama would have happened “very” violently or quickly, or that it would have been about “someone she knew”which would explain why the young girl was not suspicious.

The mother also returns to Lina’s friendly circle. “Bad Company”Or “bad people”Lina could have plunged into an unhealthy atmosphere.

On April 20, a solidarity concert was organized for the young girl. An Alsatian rock-pop group, Why Not, performed at this event. The profits were entirely donated to the association “Les Bonnes Etoiles de Lina”, created by her mother. “It was way beyond our expectations. Apparently 540 entries and good vibes for Lina”the rock group reacted to Le Figaro the day after the evening.

Missing for eight months

On September 23, Lina, 15, left her mother’s home on foot, located in Plaine in Bas-Rhin. She had taken the path to the Saint-Blaise-la-Roche station, about three kilometers from her home, where she had to take a TER to Strasbourg. The young girl should have found her 19-year-old boyfriend, Tao, waiting for her there.

When she disappeared, Lina was dressed in a gray dress and a white down jacket. The teenager had walked along departmental road 350, a small tarmac road which crosses the forest. The teenager, who never boarded the train, disappeared between her mother’s home and the start of a cycle path leading to a pond.



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