Anonymous "Malicious Phone Calls" were Received by Marcel and Jacqueline Jacob, Great-Uncle and Great-Aunt
little Grégory Villemin, announced the parquet of Epinal, adding that a man had been heard this Friday afternoon.
The husband Jacob "received two anonymous calls on August 11 and 15 and messages left anonymously on their answering machine," said Nicolas Heitz, public prosecutor in Epinal, confirming information from theIs republican.
The voice "looks like the raven" who had been harassing for several years
An investigation for "malicious phone calls" was opened and "the technical exploitation that was immediately carried out by the gendarmerie" allowed to identify a man, who does not reside in the Vosges, added Nicolas Heitz. "He was auditioned (Friday) afternoon," he said. "The investigation is underway to know the exact meaning of his statements and what were his intentions," added the prosecutor who plans to speak again on the subject Monday.
In a recording published on the daily's website, we hear a voice say: "Marcel Jacob, you told the raven, your brother René Jacob, with your binoculars, who was watching everything that was happening at your house. Sister Monique Jacob and Albert Villemin (Grégory's grandparents)? Is it you who informed the raven? We'll see you. Hi ". The husband Jacob, septuagenarian, "were touched by these calls, a guy who tells them about the case. The voice, husky, serious, old, looks
to the raven "who had been harassing Villemin family members for a number of years, reacted Marcel Jacob's advice, Stéphane Giuranna.
The custody of Murielle Bolle will she be canceled?
The lawyer on Wednesday filed a complaint on behalf of the couple for "malicious phone calls" and "threats", and asked for police protection of the spouses. Grégory Villemin, 4, was found drowned, hand and foot bound, in Vologne October 16, 1984. Marcel and Jacqueline Jacob had been indicted with Murielle Bolle in June 2017 for "kidnapping and kidnapping followed by death".
Their indictments had been quashed for procedural reasons in May 2018.
After having accused the murder of his brother-in-law, Bernard Laroche, killed by Jean-Marie Villemin in 1985, Murielle Bolle, then aged 15, had retracted. In February, the Court of Cassation acknowledged that
the custody of the girl in 1984 had been carried out under "unconstitutional" provisions. The investigating chamber of the Paris Court of Appeal must now consider the question of its annulment.