17 years after the disappearance of Estelle Mouzin, Michel Fourniret was confused by DNA traces. The long-awaited proof of this DNA had been in the possession of investigators for years. However, according to Maître Corinne Herrmann, one of the lawyers of Estelle Mouzin’s father, the mattress which was in a pavilion belonging to Fourniret’s sister in Ville-sur-Lumes, and on which was found two partial traces of DNA of the child, was not reviewed despite their request.
“We are angry becauseit has been demanded for 15 years to operate and re-operate these seals and this mattress in particular which interested us for a long time “, protests the lawyer. For her, it is the demonstration that” it is absolutely necessary, when one is in front of this type of criminals, exploit all the seals, all the traces we have of them, to reconstruct the list of their victims“.
She said she was “very angry”. “It took so long for a judge to finally hear us“Despite everything, the lawyer also says ‘take the positive side’. “It’s one more element, it’s one more hope for the family to finally have Estelle and that Estelle be returned to them“, she is satisfied.
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