Pascal Gontier, interregional director of the judicial police of Rennes and Yvon Ollivier, deputy prosecutor of the Republic of Nantes, Saturday August 29, 2020. - F. Brenon / 20Minutes
- Following the controversy linked to the rape and the death of a 15-year-old girl in Nantes on August 20, the Ministry of Justice decided to seize the General Inspectorate.
- The suspect, a 45-year-old man, had previously been convicted of nine rapes, three attempts and one sexual assault committed between 2001 and 2003.
- Saturday, the assistant prosecutor of Nantes, Yvon Ollivier, had assured that the suspect respected all the obligations of his socio-judicial follow-up.
A mission from the General Inspectorate of Justice was commissioned to assess the socio-judicial follow-up of the repeat offender who was indicted on Saturday for the rape and murder of a teenage girl on August 20 in Nantes, the ministry said on Sunday. of Justice. The 45-year-old suspect was released from prison in 2016 after serving an eighteen-year prison sentence for nine rapes, three attempts and one sexual assault committed between 2001 and 2003.
Arrested Thursday, this team leader in a brickyard was indicted, in particular for intentional homicide, and imprisoned Saturday after admitting to having raped and killed a 15-year-old girl whom he had lured into an ambush. Seized by the ministry on Friday, the General Inspectorate of Justice (IGJ) will have to assess "the implementation of the socio-judicial follow-up measure of which the defendant was the subject" after his release from prison, details the chancellery in a press release.
The suspect respected all the obligations of his socio-judicial follow-up
It will also be responsible for "examining whether this support has been correctly carried out with regard to both general obligations and specific obligations," the statement continued. IGJ inspectors, who are already there, will have to make their first conclusions on Friday, it is said. At a press conference on Saturday, the deputy prosecutor of Nantes, Yvon Ollivier, assured that the suspect respected all the obligations of his socio-judicial follow-up, in particular the injunction of care, and that he saw "every two months »A psychotherapist.
According to Yvon Ollivier, there was "not the slightest element which could (suggest) a weakening of the person concerned lately which could have led him to take action. »Created in 2016, the IGJ notably exercises an inspection and control mission over all the bodies attached to the Ministry of Justice and the courts.
Nantes: The suspect arrested for the murder of a teenager was a repeat rapist
Nantes: a suspect arrested after the murder of the 15-year-old