Eighteen years after the disappearance of Estelle Mouzin, the ex-wife of Michel Fourniret, Monique Olivier, gave new indications to the investigators, reports this Monday, April 5 Franceinfo which quotes one of the lawyers of the father of the child, Eric Mouzin.
Monique Olivier would have said in particular to have had a role in the kidnapping of the child, whom Michel Fourniret admitted to having killed. She told investigating judge Sabine Kheris that she had not been in Seine-et-Marne, where the kidnapping took place, but had been “Present when Estelle was in the Ardennes, alive”, according to Me Didier Seban. ” These are statements that she had not made until then and that Michel Fourniret had not made either ”, he clarified.
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According to the lawyer, she would have given indications “That she had never given until now”, and will have “Directed the investigators to a place which will be searched in the coming days”.
New research from Tuesday
New research had taken place in the Ardennes last week to find the body of Estelle Mouzin and was concluded on Friday. Monique Olivier had been driven on site, and had taken part in a long hearing with Sabine Kheris on Thursday. The excavations will resume on Tuesday, reports Franceinfo.
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Estelle Mouzin disappeared at the age of 9 on January 9, 2003 when she was returning from school in Guermantes (Seine-et-Marne). After years of denial, Michel Fourniret confessed to having kidnapped and killed her. He was indicted in this case in November 2020 for “kidnapping and forcible confinement followed by death”.