the trajectory of a man who hated women

the trajectory of a man who hated women
the trajectory of a man who hated women

Richard Boutin hated his mother and hated women. It was devoured by his obsession to the point of being almost illuminated. At the end of the 1980s, this cook appeared behind the murders of three women in the same town of Pau. Unhinged, but sufficiently ingenious so as not to leave behind him any trace or imprint.


It is thanks to a combination of circumstances that the investigators will end up crossing his path. They will then discover the winding and hidden route of this unpredictable character. Confessions made and most often retracted, non-existent remorse, a gaze as fixed as icy, he will have to almost reach the end of the race forhe reveals a final secret. A murder that we had forgotten and which could explain everything. Without his arrest, he would undoubtedly have continued to kill.

He doesn’t even express regret. He is unable to explain anything


Me Yves Darmendrail, lawyer for Richard Boutin

It was after admitting to the rape of Mireille M. that Richard Boutin, then a simple witness in the double murder of Danielle Burger and her 7-year-old daughter Samantha, became the main suspect. The cook talks about impulses to evoke one’s actions. “He doesn’t even express regret. He is incapable of explaining anything, or he didn’t want to,” specifies Me Yves Darmendrail, lawyer for Richard Boutin and guest of The time of the crime.

Psychiatrist experts speak ofa man who killed because he couldn’t stand a woman refusing his advances, like Danielle Burger did. Little Samantha would also have been eliminated because she was screaming. This hatred of women dates back to a birth trauma. Richard Boutin was in fact born of incest, he hates his mother. His third victim, Odette Naon, would have paid with her blood for this hatred. Through the retiree, it was his mother he wanted to kill.

“When he enters Madame Naon’s apartment, he is able to change from the face of an angel to that of an assassin. The sordid staging of his murder is reminiscent of a rape scene which perhaps unconsciously reminds him of the rape of which his own mother was allegedly the victim before his birth”, explains Me Thierry Sagardoytho, lawyer and guest of The time of the crime.

In 1990, he was sentenced to life for the double murder of Danielle Burger and her daughter Samantha. In 1995, he received the same sentence for the assassination of Odette Naon. He died a few months later at the age of 33.

The guests of the show

– Me Yves Darmendrail, honorary lawyer, lawyer of Richard Boutin and former president of Pau.
– Me Thierry Sagardoytho, lawyer at the Pau bar and author of the book Cases closed in Béarn and Basque Country published by Editions Sud-Ouest.

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