Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Agnes Marin

 Murder of Agnes, "She should not die"

Armel Marin, the grandfather of the young Agnes, raped and murdered last Wednesday in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon (Haute-Loire) estimated that there was "nothing to expect" the appointment on Monday between the ministers.

Prime Minister Francois Fillon, Michel Mercier Minister of Justice, Claude Gueant and Luc Chatel, the respective counterparts of the Interior and of Education, had an appointment on Monday to understand how such an act (rape and the the murder of Agnes Marin) has been made possible in Chambon-sur-Lignon (Haute-Loire). Matthew, a 17 year old college-educated college Cévenol with the young Agnes Marin, had already violated in the past , in August 2010 in the Gard another teenager. He had made four months in custody before his judicial respect to the letter. But Sunday, the school announced its indignation , not according to his direction all the elements of the case of the young man, including the nature of his conviction.

The teenager should not have been there

Interviewed on BFM TV, Armel Marin, the grandfather of Agnes, aged 13, said there was "nothing to expect" the meeting organized by the Prime Minister with his ministers. "Agnes should not die. The current government has created four years ago three education centers closed. If this young man was put into an education center closed, he would not have been there, he would not have killed Agnes, "he has said.


Murder of Agnes: "Every tragedy, there is a law"

VIDEOS - MAINTENANCE Who is responsible? Should we legislate? Should we "lock up" minors in closed educational center? Should we lift the confidentiality of investigations and notify the schools? Matthew Bonduelle, judge in Bobigny (Seine-Saint-Denis) and Secretary General of the Union of Magistrates answered questions from FranceSoir.fr.

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